Rockford’s Only $1M-Plus Home For Sale Has A Lot Of Bathrooms
Do you have a large family that uses the bathrooms more than their bedrooms?
Then you might be interested in buying Rockford's most expensive home for sale.
This 5 bed 7 bath home on Spring Creek Road can be all yours for only $1,499,000.
Zillow says the home is decently priced, just barely over the estimated value at $1,434,634. So it's not like the owners are trying to pull a fast one. It's just there's not another house like it on the market.
Here's why too. It looks like this Rockford palace is much more than just a bunch of bathrooms.
Remarkable 10-acre, wooded private estate just minutes away from city amenities! The main house offers 4 levels of living w/over 10,000 sf of completely renovated space. The 1st floor includes a spacious kitchen, dining room, living room, family room, parlor, study w/built-ins, & 2 half baths. Along with a mudroom next to the attached 3 car heated garage. All 5 bedrooms are on the 2nd floor, with an office that could be a 6th bedroom.
That's not all, this house that apparently would only cost you $10,000 a month, also has a finished basement, a playroom, a second kitchen, and a fitness room that looks like an at-home 24 Hour Fitness.
Oh, there's also a guest house, a game room, a greenhouse, and a tennis court for when you've had enough of the workout room.
The house has been on the market for two months, and while I'm sure it's going to go move, there was one thing that stood out to me, the comps.
If you've ever sold a house before, you know how difficult it can be when all of the other properties in your zip code are selling at prices lower than what you're offering.
Median home comparison
This home is valued 1168.2% higher than the median home in 61107.
Oof. That could make things more difficult, but let's be real here if you had the money you'd buy it. How many homes have a gym that looks like this?
If you want to take a look at Rockford most expensive home for sale, you should probably contact Frank Wehrstein at Dickerson & Nieman.