Former Bears coach Matt Nagy cuts Lake Bluff home price below $6 million
LAKE BLUFF, IL — The Lake Bluff mansion owned by former Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy went public on Monday for just under $6 million.
Although the property’s latest asking price is a quarter of a million dollars lower than an earlier price that appeared on the private ad network, it is still more than double what Nagy and his wife, Stacey, paid Four years ago.
The property was briefly offered for public sale in March with a price tag of $6.19 million before its listing agent removed it from its website.
This list included pictures from the playsheet clad wall to the finished lower level of the home, a decorative choice that attracted media Warning when the unconventional wallpaper appeared behind Nagy in the 2020 NFL Draft conducted remotely.
But in the images accompanying the new listing, most of the artwork and wall displays around the house, including jerseys and bear-related iconography on the lower level, have been digitally blurred.
Likewise, the Chicago Bears logo and the giant orange “N” that featured prominently on the home’s indoor sports court are no longer visible, having apparently been repainted.
Earlier: Former Bears coach aims to sell Lake Bluff home for twice what he paid
According to its listing, the property has been “completely transformed by the Goebeler Company and its present owners”. The home features Lake Michigan views of ravines and mature trees, an outdoor fire pit, deck with built-in grill, and a bath porch swing.
The master suite features a lake view, two custom closets, a breakfast bar, a large steam shower, and a soaking tub for “spa living in the comfort of your own home,” the listing says. In addition to its sports court and locker room, the lower level of the house also features a home theater that seats at least eight viewers.
The six-bedroom home was built in 2017 on a 2.06-acre portion of what once comprised the estate of Harry Clow (1869-1933), also known as Landsdowne.
Clow, the chairman of publishing company Rand McNally & Co., commissioned architectural firm Marshall & Fox and landscape architect Jens Jenson to build his mansion, which was built in 1911 and included an open-air theater air and a shed.
The 22-acre property remained in the Clow family until it was sold and subdivided in 1985, according to the Lake Bluff History Museum.
The 5-year-old Landsdowne Lane house features an original bridge from the Landsdowne estate, according to the listing.
Nagy’s predecessor in the role, John Fox, suffered a $400,000 loss when he sold the Lake Forest home he had owned for four years in April 2019.
The home’s estimated market value, according to the Lake County Chief Assessor’s Office, is $2.9 million and its annual property tax bill is about $63,000.
- Address: 570 Lansdowne Lane, Lake Bluff
- Built: 2017
- Lot size: 2.06 acres
- Square feet: 6,296 above ground, 11,165 total
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 6 full, 2 partial
- Last sale: $2.75 million in April 2018
- First listing: $6.19 million in March 2022
- Asking price: $5.95 million on May 9
- Submitted by: Alissa McNicholas, Compass
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