WGN’s Dina Bair relists Georgian-style Wilmette home for $1.34 million

WGN-Ch. 9 news anchor and reporter Dina Bair on Feb. 7 relisted her five-bedroom, Georgian-style house in Wilmette for $1.345 million.

Bair has been with WGN since 1994 and currently anchors WGN’s midday newscasts. She also serves as the station’s medical reporter.

Bair paid $750,000 in 2011 for the three-story house and did a significant renovation that included installing all-new mechanicals and plumbing, along with a new roof and a new attached garage. Built in 1929 and located just two blocks from Lake Michigan, the 3,664-square-foot house has 5½ baths, hardwood floors throughout, two fireplaces and a kitchen with Thermador appliances.

Bair first listed the house in early 2017 for $1.695 million. She then cut her asking price to $1.625 million and then $1.499 million. In early 2018, she reduced her asking price further to $1.475 million and then to $1.395 million before taking it off the market last August.

Now, Bair has relisted the house, telling Elite Street that she removed it from the market to allow her youngest child to finish her school year in Wilmette.

“No real news on the re-list except that it is time,” Bair wrote in an email.

Frank and Trish Capitanini of Coldwell Banker are the listing agents.

Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.

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