Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook and his wife, Dayna, on Tuesday listed their longtime all-brick five-bedroom, 4,300-square-foot house in Chicago's Roscoe Village neighborhood for $1.35 million.
The Canadian-born Seabrook, 31, has spent his entire 11-year career with the Blackhawks. Last fall, he signed an eight-year, $55 million contract extension.
In mid-December, Seabrook and his wife paid $2.9 million for a newly built six-bedroom, 6,300-square-foot-plus mansion on an extra-wide lot in Lakeview's Southport Corridor. They then expanded their domain by paying $1.332 million in February for a three-story, 122-year-old wood frame house immediately to the south.
In 2006, Seabrook paid $595,000 for the lot in Roscoe Village on which he constructed the all-brick house that he and his wife now have listed. The house has 3-1/2 baths, 11-foot ceilings on the main level, custom crown moldings, designer light fixtures, oversized arched windows and two wood-burning fireplaces. Other features include interior access to a roof deck with skyline views, a kitchen with Sub-Zero, Viking and Fisher & Paykel appliances, a lower level with high ceilings, and a master suite with tray ceilings, a large walk-in closet and a spalike bath.
"It's a well-built house, and it's even more well taken care of by Brent and his wife," said listing agent Daniel Sullivan of Conlon/Christie's International Real Estate. "It's in one of Chicago's finest neighborhoods, in a school district that's highly sought after and desirable. And they started their family there, and he won three Stanley Cups and an Olympic Gold medal while living there. There should be a plaque out front."
Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.