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Mike's Hard Lemonade president pays $2.75 million for Lakeview house

Phil Rosse, president of Mike's Hard Lemonade Co., and his wife, Teresa, on April 29 paid $2.75 million for a newly built six-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot house in the Southport Corridor area of the Lakeview neighborhood.

Rosse has been president of the privately held beverage manufacturer since 2013, the same year it relocated its U.S. headquarters from Seattle to Chicago.

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Built by Bloomfield Development and situated on an extra-wide lot, the French Provincial-style house has 5-1/2 baths, an all-limestone facade, a heated front entry staircase, two fireplaces, a kitchen with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, radiant heating on the lower level, a three-car garage, a roof deck, and an adjoining open-air room.

The house first was listed last summer for $2.995 million and later was reduced to $2.849 million and then to $2.795 million before going under contract.

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The agent representing Rosse in the purchase, Alley Ballard of @properties, declined to comment on the deal.

Mike's Hard Lemonade is a subsidiary of Canada's Mark Anthony Group.

Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.

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