Retired WMAQ-Ch. 5 investigative reporter Renee Ferguson on Wednesday positioned her longtime six-bedroom, 3,519-square-foot space within the South Facet Kenwood group available on the market for $1.85 million.
Ferguson, 72, who has received a couple of Emmy awards, retired from Channel 5 in 2008 after 21 years on the station and 35 years in broadcasting. She prior to now labored at CBS News and at WBBM-Ch. 2, the place she additionally hosted the controversy display “Commonplace Flooring.” Since retiring from NBC 5, Ferguson has from time to time treated press secretary tasks for a number of politicians.
In Kenwood, Ferguson and her husband, Ken Smikle, who died in 2018, paid $340,000 in 1987 for the three-story space. Inbuilt 1900, the home has 4½ bogs, two fireplaces, two inner staircases, many authentic main points and hardwood flooring on all 3 ranges.
Checklist agent Cheryl Reid didn’t straight away reply to a request for remark. Ferguson additionally didn’t reply to a request for remark.
The home had a $24,180 assets tax invoice within the 2020 tax yr.
Goldsborough is a contract reporter.
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