Former Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez in August took a loss on his five-bedroom, 2,400-square-foot contemporary-style the town house in east Lincoln Park, promoting it for $725,000, or greater than $100,000 not up to he had paid for it in 2011.
The Cuban-born Ramirez, 41, performed for the Sox from 2008 till 2015. He performed his ultimate primary league sport the next 12 months, and he later performed within the Mexican Baseball League.
In Lincoln Park, Ramirez paid $835,000 in 2011 for the eight-room the town house, which used to be inbuilt 1988 and has 3-1/2 toilets and a non-public patio. The 3-story the town house additionally has a lounge with a hearth, an eat-in kitchen, a second-floor circle of relatives room and a big number one bed room suite with two walk-in closets and a whirlpool.
Ramirez, who now lives in Florida, first indexed the city house in 2020 for $950,000. He minimize his asking value later that 12 months to $799,000 after which to only beneath $750,000 earlier than expanding his asking value in October 2021 to $779,000. He then minimize his value in June again to $749,900 earlier than discovering a purchaser.
List agent Sergio Aguirre of Northlake Realtors declined to remark at the sale.
The city house had a $21,081 assets tax invoice within the 2021 tax 12 months.
Goldsborough is a contract reporter.
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