Newlyweds Kyle Korver and Juliet Richardson are trading in the secluded mansion life for one slightly more austere. Bob Goldsborough writes for The Tribune that the couple is eying something smaller—perhaps a townhouse—while they explore options for building a permanent home elsewhere. That 'elsewhere' is yet undetermined, but, based on statements by listing agent MaryJane Serene of Koenig & Strey, it won't be in Chicago. Not to fret— the Bulls' prized sharpshooter doesn't plan on changing teams.
Korver bought his Glencoe mansion just 19 months ago. Built in 2008, it has a resoundingly generic McMansion vibe with its 2-story grand foyer, columns, and arched doorways. There are a ton of amenities though, along with the five bedrooms and five "designer" baths, like hardwood and heated marble floors, three fireplaces, a sauna, a built-in surround sound system, and a finished basement with an arcade, rec room, and theater. Korver paid $1.38M for the 16-room home in 2010, and it's now reportedly under contract for $1.475M.
·Bulls' Korver selling Glencoe mansion fo $1.475M [Trib]
·Listing: 1122 Hohlfelder Ave, Glencoe [Koenig & Strey]