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Chicago Blackhawks Captain Jonathan Toews Sells Lincoln Park Mansion for $3.825M

The house was under contract just a few weeks after listing

Just only a couple of months on the market, the Lincoln Park mansion that Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews called home has officially sold. Toews, who previously lived in a Lakeshore East condo, purchased the home in November 2014 for $3.525 million. However, after only 18 months, Toews decided to downsize and listed the house back on the market with a $3.899 million price tag. The sale closed yesterday with Toews getting $3.825 million for the five-bedroom, five-bathroom house—a decent return after holding the property for less than two years (a decent return of which a good chunk will go into the pockets of the brokers working on the deal).

The Blackhawks star will be staying in the city though, as Toews’ broker tells the Chicago Tribune that the Winnipeg native is "definitely staying in the city." Coincidentally, the closing date on Jonathan Toews’ Lincoln Park mansion was the same day that teammate Patrick Kane listed his two-bedroom condo at the Trump Tower for sale.