Former WGN-AM sportscaster Judd Sirott sells Glencoe home for $699,000

Former WGN-AM sportscaster Judd Sirott and his wife, Sharon, on Feb. 27 sold their four-bedroom, 2,300-square-foot midcentury modern house in Glencoe for $699,000.

An Arlington Heights native and the nephew of longtime Chicago broadcaster Bob Sirott, Judd Sirott previously was WGN’s in-studio analyst for Chicago Blackhawks coverage. Now the radio voice of the Boston Bruins, Sirott also had handled some Chicago Cubs play-by-play announcing at WGN and before that had been the TV and radio voice of the Chicago Wolves.

The couple took a loss on the house, which they bought for $725,000 in November 2016. They first listed it for $760,000 in July and later cut their asking price to $740,000, $729,000 and then to $699,000 before finding a buyer at that final listing price.

Built in 1957, the split-level house has three baths, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the living room, a wall of windows in the living room, French doors, a first-floor family room and walk-in closets in the master bedroom.

Sirott’s mother, Penny Sirott, was the listing agent. She declined to comment.

Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.

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