The stunning East Lincoln Park vintage home owned by one of the top athlete-executives on Wall Street recently hit the market and -- dear we say it -- it's a real killir.
Jeff "The Killir" Kilburg, a former Notre Dame football player under Lou Holtz, CNBC and ESPN contributor and CEO of Killir Kapital Management (KKM), listed his four-bedroom, five-bathroom Hudson Avenue home on the market at a listing price of just less than $2.75 million.
That price tag nets a three-story home that comes with high-quality details and appliances around every corner, plus a luxe roof deck with city views and four fireplaces -- as well as a separate coach house with a garage and one-bedroom apartment inside.
According to Chicago Real Estate Daily, the home was first built in 1890 but was completely renovated in 2003.
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