Dwyane Wade is returning home to Chicago — to play for the Bulls, and he pulled no punches in making a huge splash with his new digs.
Wade — who signed a two-year, $47-million deal — is leasing an epic 11,000-square-foot house that is TV sitcom royalty — and listed at about $9.5 million, according DNAInfo.
The eight-bedroom Victorian on North State Parkway was built in 1883 but updated five years ago. It includes a finished basement with a 148-inch projection screen and 720-bottle wine fridge, as well as an attached three-car garage and a coach house in addition to the main house.
The home also features a heated driveway next to the garage and complete “smart home” automation.
“Offering Old World craftsmanship that cannot be reproduced today and more parking than most people could ask for, this masterful residence is without compare,” Chicago realtor Jennifer Ames of Coldwell Banker wrote in the listing’s remarks.
The 10,250-square-foot property, which was also featured on the 1980s sitcom “Webster,” was listed for nearly $9.5 million in April but taken off the market Monday after Wade signed his lease, according to the report.