NBA point guard Zach LaVine listed his Chicago mansion for $3.4 million this month.
The Chicago Bulls player purchased the Italian-style residence for $3.29 million in September, so he’s likely looking to break even with this listing. LaVine isn’t going anywhere, so Chicago fans need not worry; he recently signed a four-year, $78-million deal with the Bulls. It looks like he’s just in search of new digs.
Located in the Windy City’s Lakeview neighborhood, the five-bed home stands out with a grand entryway accented with a curving staircase and arched windows. Spanning 7,800 square feet, the house is flooded with natural light. Oversize windows and an indoor atrium give the interiors a warm, bright living style akin to a villa.
The main living space boasts a long list of unusual features, including rusticated stone, a colonnade, soaring coffered ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling center fireplace, and wide-plank hardwood floors. The kitchen is coolly urbane, with a grey-scale tile backsplash that is both earthy and sophisticated. Marble countertops, limestone floors, and top-of-the-line appliances complete this essential space.
Amenities include a theater, wine room, and gym. The lot and the house are essentially one and the same, but squeezes in a built-in grill, a synthetic turf, and a basketball hoop without looking cluttered or busy.