Chicago Bears’ Robert Quinn sells Glencoe mansion

Quinn sold 13K sf home less than year after closing on property

Chicago /
Aug.August 13, 2021 03:58 PM
Linebacker Robert Quinn and the Glencoe property (Getty, Compass)

Linebacker Robert Quinn and the Glencoe property (Getty, Compass)

Chicago Bears linebacker Robert Quinn sold his Glencoe mansion less than a year after closing on the property.

The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home, at 484 Sheridan Road, was sold for $3.48 million, according to records. The property spans 13,000 square feet and contains a gym, a media room and an elevator, according to a listing from Realtor.com. Quinn closed on the home last September and it was on the market for $3.975 million by January. The buyers are Nancy and Abdallah Fadel.

Quinn, who used to play for the Los Angeles Rams, spent $4.25 million on a house in Agoura Hills in Southern California in 2016. Two years later, he put the home on the market as a $25,000-a-month rental.

Quinn may not be the only one who’s on the move. His employer, the Bears, announced its intention to relocate to the suburbs. In a statement released in June, Chicago Bears President Ted Phillips said that the team has submitted a bid to buy the Arlington International Racecourse in Arlington Heights.

Quinn, who has been a pro for 10 seasons, previously played for the Rams, the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys. He joined the Bears last year, signing a five-year contract worth $70 million.





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