David DeJesus’ Illinois home is for sale

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Former Cubs outfielder David DeJesus still owns a house in Wheaton, Ill., but his 6,000 sq ft house is up for sale.

DeJesus’ house features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a fenced yard, a patio and a fireplace.

From the realtor:

Stunning curb appeal with incredible upgrades. Three story, solid brick on .7 acre private lot. Luxurious inside & out including exquisite new kitchen by Drury Design, new walnut floors, fresh paint, remodeled master suite w/dressing room & walk in closet. Finished basement w/rec. rm., bath, bedroom & bar. Third floor studio. Gorgeous lot with mature trees & lovely patios. Minutes to shops, expressways & train.

The former Cub bought this house in 2011 for just over $1 million, and today’s asking price is a little over $1.5 million.

If you want to visit his house, the address is: 28 Muirfield Circle, Wheaton, Ill. 60189




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