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Kraft Heinz executive pays $3.6 million for Lincoln Park mansion

Eduardo Pelleissone, executive vice president of global operations for recently merged food conglomerate Kraft Heinz, paid $3.6 million on Oct. 15 for a five-bedroom, 6,500-square-foot contemporary-style mansion in Lincoln Park.

Built in 2005 and designed by the Wheeler Kearns architectural firm, the three-story mansion has 5 1/2 baths, wide-plank hand-scraped oak floors, high ceilings, custom elm built-ins and four fireplaces.

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The agent who represented Pelleissone, Stephanie Cutter, could not be reached for comment.

The 13-room mansion was first listed in early 2013 for $3.99 million. The sellers increased their asking price to $4.25 million in February 2014 before bringing it back down to $3.99 million in September.

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Pelleissone is the latest executive at the Northfield-based firm to buy expensive real estate.

As Elite Street reported last week, the company's chief financial officer, Paulo Basilio, paid $2.8 million in July for a four-story, 5,900-square-foot mansion in Lincoln Park.

The firm's senior vice president and general counsel, Jim Savina, paid $1.934 million in September for a house in Winnetka.

Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.

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