Two weeks following news of Jimmy Butler’s trade to the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Chicago Bulls star listed his 10,000-square-foot mansion in River North. On the market for $5 million, the luxury home includes six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a recreation room complete with a bar and billiards table, and 3 spacious outdoor terraces. Additional custom features of Butler’s home include a grand staircase, elevator, 750-bottle wine cellar and an impressive shoe closet.
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Days after his trade announcement, former Chicago Blackhawks player Niklas Hjalmarsson has listed his Lakeview home. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is now on the market, asking $3.199 million.
Hjalmarsson was a three-time Stanley Cup winner with the Chicago Blackhawks, and was recently traded to the Arizona Coyotes, ending a decade-long career in the Windy City.
The former Blackhawk purchased 3821 N. Wayne Ave in April 2015, paying $2.32 million for the new construction home. Hjalmarsson and his wife subsequently purchased the neighboring three-flat for $900,000, demolishing the building to use the parcel as a side yard, according to Crain’s Chicago Business. The 4,600-square-foot residence features a brick and limestone exterior, with upscale finishes throughout the interior.
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To view the full listing at 3821 N. Wayne, visit Realtor.com
Scottie Pippen’s onetime eight-bedroom, 8,228-square-foot mansion in Highland Park, which the Chicago Bulls great had built in 1993 and sold three years later for $1.75 million, was rented out on Wednesday at $7,995 a month.
Two owners removed from Pippen, the mansion has several reminders of his ownership, including an indoor basketball court with his autograph on the door and gigantic red “33” numerals — Pippen’s uniform number — in front of the court’s free-throw line.
The mansion’s current owners listed it last year at $2.199 million and later cut their asking price to just below $1.95 million. They also have offered it for rent on and off since 2015.
Now, a tenant has signed on the dotted line for a term that listing agent Alan Meyerowitz of @properties declined to disclose. He also declined to say why his clients, who paid $1.6 million for the mansion in 2011, have decided to rent it out.