Chicago Bulls guard Ayo Dosunmu, who’s beginning his third season with the crew, paid $2.2 million in August for a just lately constructed, six-bedroom, 4,716-square-foot contemporary-style home in Wicker Park.
A Chicago native, Dosunmu, 23, performed for 3 years on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign earlier than he was drafted by the Bulls in 2021.
In Wicker Park, Dosunmu used an opaque land belief to purchase the home, which has a stone, brick and steel facade. Built in 2018, the home has 5 full bogs, two half bogs, 10-foot ceilings, a floating glass panel staircase and a kitchen with a 60-inch Sub-Zero fridge, a 90-bottle Sub-Zero wine and beverage heart, a 48-inch Wolf cooktop, a double oven, a warming drawer, an industrial hood, a built-in espresso machine, two hidden spice shelving items and a big island with quartzite counter tops and waterfall edges.
Other options embrace a major bed room suite with a customized closet system, a gasoline fire and a major toilet with porcelain and stone finishes and double sinks. The residence has six out of doors areas, together with a storage roof deck, a deck off the first bed room suite and a fourth-floor roof deck with a gasoline fire, a seating space and a scorching tub.
Shaena Flanagan of Coldwell Banker represented Dosunmu, as did Peter Angelo of Jameson Sotheby’s.
“What he liked about it was that it was nice and sleek. It has a rooftop deck with a hot tub, and when we were first sat down, these were things that he really wanted in a house,” Flanagan instructed Elite Street. “The location was a big factor, and the square footage was a big factor. The house has a movie theater, a game room and several bedrooms that are spacious, and everything was move-in ready. That was important — he didn’t want to do any type of renovation. He wanted it turnkey. For city life, that property is perfect.”
The home had a $20,816 property tax invoice within the 2021 tax 12 months.
Dosunmu is the most recent Bulls participant to purchase within the metropolis. DeMar DeRozan paid $4.5 million in 2021 for a ten,179-square-foot River North mansion, and Nikola Vucevic paid $4.75 million final 12 months for a 5,245-square-foot residence in Lincoln Park. Coby White paid $4.8 million in August for a 7,000-square-foot mansion in Lincoln Park.
Goldsborough is a contract reporter.
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