Former Bears Head Coach Dick Jauron is at last cutting ties with Chicagoland, nine years after his command ended. Now at his fourth coaching post (Cleveland) since his departure, Jauron and his wife Gail are moving to sell their Lake Forest home. The tight-knit community and their daughters' attachment caused them to stick around longer than they might have otherwise, as listing agent Lori Glattly tells Bob Goldsborough in this morning's Elite Street Tribune column. Their kids have flown the coop and so have they, having already rented out the house. If you were expecting bells and whistles, prepare to be let down. This 4/3 home is as ordinary as they come. That's not to say you won't get off on the community features. The town home development, built by the Goebler Company, has tennis courts and a pool. And we shouldn't overlook the expansive basement with its bar and recreative elements. Although a few miles inland from the lake, the home is near a clustering of County Forest Preserve. Built in 2000, the Jaurons bought the house in '06 for $766K after pocketing $1.52M on their previous home. The new ask? $699K.
·Listing: Wharton Drive, Lake Forest [Prudential Rubloff]
·Dick Jauron selling Lake Forest Town Home [Elite Street]