One of Chicago’s most popular celebrity couples has listed their home for sale. Bill and Giuliana Rancic are selling their Gold Coast mansion, asking $6.8 million. Located at 105 E. Bellevue Place, the historic brownstone home underwent a major renovation after the Rancics purchased in 2013 for $2.125 million. The home has 5 bedrooms and 5.2 bathrooms, a full chef’s kitchen plus a pretty killer two-story master closet suite. For additional details, contact Laura Rubin Dresner (312.217.4444)
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It’s sold! Sorry, you missed an opportunity to own a piece of property that a superstar Cubs player lived in.
A certain North Side athlete’s home just hit the market. Chicago Cubs pitcher, Jake Arrieta, that is.
The six-bedroom home Arrieta and his family had been renting was listed for sale Wednesday, asking $1.799 million according to Chicago Tribune.
Built in 2015, the Lakeview home is located just northwest of Wrigley Field, and sits on an extra wide (30ft) lot in the Graceland West community. As tenant, Arrieta enjoyed all the finest finishes you’d expect in a new construction, like a sleek white kitchen outfitted in SubZero, Bosch and Wolf appliances. Additional features of the 5,000+ square foot house include: smart surround sound, radiant flooring, extensive millwork and carpentry throughout the three levels of living space. There’s also a welcoming front porch, back stone patio with a fireplace, and roof deck, all suitable for entertaining.
As Arrieta enters free agency, his offseason home is in Austin, Texas.
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For more information, contact Kevin Hinton (516-353-0798) with Keller Williams Chicago-Lincoln Park
Former Chicago Bears player Brandon Marshall has re-listed his Michigan Avenue penthouse, for a cool $5 million. Located at 6 N. Michigan Avenue, the property sits atop the 1898 building that once served as Montgomery Ward’s headquarters. The home sprawls 6,400 square feet, including four bedrooms, multiple outdoor terraces, and breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and Millennium Park. The grand great room is the historic building’s original observation tower.
The condo was formerly listed last summer, asking $6 million. A few months later, the home was made available to rent for $20,000 per month, according to Crain’s. Marshall originally purchased the unit in March 2014 for $3.9 million. The 33-year-old NFL player was with the Chicago Bears from 2012 to 2015.
Step inside the luxury penthouse at 6 N. Michigan Ave…
For details, contact Phil Skowron (@properties)
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