Sep 16, 2013, 5:36 PM EDT
Alfonso Soriano is putting his Chicago condo on the market two months after being traded from the Cubs to the Yankees.
Some details, via Charlie Roumeliotis of CSNChicago.com:
The newly-acquired Yankee has put up his three-bedroom, 3,838-square-foot condominium in River North for $2.95 million. He purchased the penthouse for $2.65 million in December of 2006, a month after he inked an eight-year, $136 million deal with the Cubs.
The luxurious 44th-floor unit at The Pinnacle features a marble entryway, a kitchen with a granite island, a built-in surround system, a 150-square-foot terrace, a wine cellar, a master suite and two additional en-suite bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, two large his-or-hers walk-in closets, two parking spaces, and floor-to-ceiling windows with views to the east, south, and west.
I love that “a kitchen with a granite island” is a selling point for a $2.95 million place.
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