Former Chicago Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips supplied his four-bedroom, 3,860-square-foot residence in Libertyville for his $1.19 million asking worth on March 31.
Phillips, 65, retired from the Bears group in February. He began working for the crew in 1983 inside the finance division, and he turned the Bears’ president and CEO in 1999.
Phillips bought the house in 2008 for $900,000. In-built 2007, the home has 4½ loos, a model new mahogany entrance door, hardwood flooring, 8-inch crown moldings and an updated kitchen with new quartz counter tops, a bit island with a prep sink and newer stainless steel Viking and JennAir residence gear. Different choices embody a family room with a stone hearth, a correct consuming room, a library with personalized built-in shelving, a accomplished basement with 9-foot-high ceilings and a media or sport room, and a serious mattress room suite with a second stone hearth and a walk-in closet.
Phillips positioned the home available on the market on Jan. 10, and it went beneath contract to advertise merely 5 days later. Public information don’t however decide the consumer.
Itemizing agent Elizabeth Bryant didn’t reply to a request for contact upon the itemizing.
The house had a $24,267 property tax bill inside the 2021 tax 12 months.
Bob Goldsborough is a contract reporter.
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