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A Look Inside Theo Epstein’s Gleaming White Southport Corridor Mansion

  • December 6, 2011

by Erin Calandriello

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3618 North Greenview Ave.

It looks like Theo Epstein has ended his house hunt. Crain’s Chicago Business reported today that the new general manager for the Cubs closed on a $3.25 million, 7,800 square-foot mansion in the Southport Corridor (map) in November.

As UrbanTurf reported in October, Epstein, then general manager of the Boston Red Sox, began house hunting in Chicago shortly before the announcement came that he had agreed to a five-year deal worth more than $15 million with the Cubs.

Blocks away from Wrigley Field, the five-bedroom, six-bath, never-been-lived-in home at 3618 North Greenview Avenue was built in 2010. The home has a formal dining room, a large living room with a huge bay window and wood-burning fireplace, outdoor space with another fireplace, and that staple in all sports figures homes — a basement with a theater room. The home also has a strikingly white interior that makes it difficult to look at the photos of the kitchen and bathroom for too long. More photos below.

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French doors leading to outdoors
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Bathroom
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Kitchen
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Living room
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Staircase
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Outdoor space

This article originally published at http://chicago.urbanturf.com/articles/article/insider_look_into_cubs_gm_theo_epsteins_southport_corridor_house/4714

2 Comments

  1. Robert said at 11:56 am on Friday December 9, 2011:

    I would hang out there!

  1. karen peterson said at 12:46 pm on Friday December 9, 2011:

    Incredible! It is so refreshing to see beautiful architecture that epitomizes such classic & timeless design! Timothy LeVaughn-Architect is brillant! I applaud these spot-on Developers!

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