Golfer Luke Donald sells Northfield mansion

The former PGA Player of the Year unloaded the home at 13% discount from first list price

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Feb.February 14, 2019 11:05 AM

Luke Donald and 8 South Bristol Road (Credit: Getty Images and VHT Studios)

PGA Golfer Luke Donald and his wife, Diane, sold their 11,000-square-foot north suburban mansion.

The one-time PGA Player of the Year and graduate of Northwestern University sold the six-bedroom at 8 South Bristol Road for $3.9 million, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The couple bought the home in 2008 for $3.7 million, and first listed it in July for $4.5 million.

Lindy Goss of Baird & Warner had the listing. The buyer was not identified.

The Donalds still own another mansion, an eight-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot home in the exclusive Bear’s Club development in Jupiter, Florida where their neighbors include Michael Jordan and fellow golfer Michelle Wie, according to the Tribune.

The Chicago-area luxury market had a strong 2018 until the fourth quarter, when numbers plummeted, prompting worries of a looming slowdown. [Chicago Tribune] — John O’Brien

 

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