Ex-Sox Linebrink lists Hinsdale home

Posted Feb. 15 at 11:36 a.m.

Elite Street | By Bob Goldsborough |  Former Chicago White Sox relief pitcher Scott Linebrink  has listed his 11-room house in Hinsdale  for $825,000.

The Sox traded Linebrink, 34, on Dec. 3  to the Atlanta Braves. Now, the middle reliever has decided to sell his home, which he bought in 2008 for $815,000. 

Listing agent David Ricordati  of RE/MAX Elite, who is co-listing the house with his wife, Kathy, confirmed that Linebrink put the  five-bedroom house on the market on Feb. 4.

“The house is in the heart of Hinsdale and just four blocks from downtown,” Ricordati said.  “One of the things that really makes this house different from a lot of others is that it’s on a one-block-long street that dead-ends in both sides.  So it’s extremely quiet with no traffic, making it a great block for children.”

Built in 1922, Linebrink’s house has four full baths, a fireplace, nine-foot ceilings, a second-floor laundry, and a kitchen with  stainless steel appliances and granite.

“It’s an older home, but it’s been updated and it has a finished basement and a 2-1/2 car garage,” Ricordati said.

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