Here are Chicago’s top five residential sales this week

A $3.2M deal for a Winnetka mansion tops this week’s list of Chicago home sales

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Dec.December 15, 2021 04:30 PM

A $3.2M deal for a Winnetka mansion tops this week’s list of Chicago home sales (zillow.com)

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A $3.2 million transaction for a Winnetka property leads this week’s ranking of Chicago home sales. All of the top transactions were also for single-family homes.

1) 725 Walden Road – $3.2 million
Property type: Single-family home

A $3.2 million deal for a Winnetka estate is the most expensive home sale in Chicago this week. The property, at 725 Walden Road, is a 7,800-square-foot mansion in the neighborhood of Hubbard Woods. The six-bed, six-bath home was first listed in April with an asking price of $3.3 million, according to a listing on Zillow. It went into contract in August. The seller is lawyer Jeffry Henderson and his wife Elizabeth. The buyers are Joseph Bresnahan, Jr. and Zoe Tova Seder.

2) 23 East Scott Street – $2.9 million
Property type: Single-family home

A Gold Coast mansion that was gutted in 2014 has sold for $2.88 million. The 5,024-square foot home at 23 East Scott Street was sold by Alexandra and Brian Singer. It was first listed for $3.2 million in September of last year and went into contract in August. The buyers are Arthur and Nina Colby.

3) 1230 West Altgeld Street – $2.7 million
Property type: Single-family home

Nick Pontikes, one of the founders of security firm Tomahawk, sold a 6,600-square-foot Lincoln Park home that had previously never been put on the market. The property, with the address of 1230 West Altgeld Street, is a six-bed, six-bath home with features such as a walk-in vault and a media room. Pontikes built the current structure on the site, according to a listing from Zillow. He bought the property for $667,500 in 1995, property records show. The buyers are Siddharth and Rachael Chhabria, who are funding the purchase with a $2 million mortgage from Wells Fargo.

4) 5 Rolling Ridge Road – $2.4 million
Property type: Single-family home

Shawn Riegsecker, the CEO of advertising start-up Centro, bought a 5,500-square-foot glass mansion in Winnetka for $2.4 million. The home, at 5 Rolling Ridge Road, was sold by architect Thomas Roszak, who won an American Institute of Architects award in 2008 for his designs for the house. The five-bedroom, five-bath home was first listed for $2.5 million on Sept. 13. It went into contract on the same day. Riegsceker took out a $1.9 million mortgage from Guaranteed Rate for his acquisition of the property.

5) 309 West Eugenie Street – $2.1 million
Property type: Single-family home

A 5,100-square foot home in Old Town Triangle was sold for the asking price. The six-bed, seven-bath property at 309 West Eugenie Street changed hands in a $2.149 million transaction. The sellers are Sorin and Olivia Butaci. The buyers are Isabel and Austin Carpenter. The home was first listed on Sept. 28 and went into contract four days later.





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