Retired Chicago Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood and his wife, Sarah, have gotten aggressive in marketing their five-bedroom, Beaux Arts-style mansion on the North Side, knocking $200,000 off their asking price just weeks after they brought it back on the market.
After a hiatus, the Woods, who now own a $4.2 million, newly built, six-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot French Revival-style mansion in Winnetka, brought their home in the Ranch Triangle neighborhood of the Lincoln Park community area back on the market Feb. 1 for $3.25 million. Then, on Wednesday, they cut Setrabet their asking price to $3.05 million.Elite Street: Chicago luxury real estate
Bob Goldsborough on Chicago's upper-bracket buyers and sellers.
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Built in 2005, the mansion has six baths, a butler's pantry, a family room on the lower level, a craft room, an office and a rooftop terrace.
Rachel Krueger remains the listing agent.
Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.
A seven-bedroom, 25,000-square-foot Lincoln Park mansion is on the market at a record asking price of $50 million.
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