A spaceship-styled home designed for a Chicago radio psychic landing on the market place all over again in July – for a ton fewer.
The 4-bed room, 4,000-foot home on five acres near Somonauk, 65 miles southwest of the city, is inquiring about $600,000, according to Crain’s. Which is down from the $680,000 asking price tag when the property, which the moment rotated, hit the market place in September prior to the listing was eliminated in April.
The dome-shaped residence was designed 20 yrs ago for Joe Tufano, who hosted a WLUP display below the title Joe Who. Tufano, who died at 72 very last May possibly, left it to a pal, Bill McVay, who is providing the assets. It’s on a private community and will be shown publicly in early July. Ro Malik, an agent at Keller Williams Just one Chicago, is symbolizing the seller.
The property has curved walls, ceilings and floors and what McVay named an “energy-balancing” location in the center. Standing inside of five assistance beams “is meant to stability your interior electricity,” McVay mentioned.
Tufano thought of himself an “empath” or a “voice normal immediate delicate,” according to McVay, mainly because he said he could decide people’s personalities through their voices.
Tufano bought the house close to 1999 and hired a Canadian firm that specializes in rotating dome houses to create it, even though the motor is not operational. The home also has a conventional building that Tufano utilised as a garage and radio studio.
Tufano grew up in Chicago’s Little Italy and lived in the suburbs in advance of transferring to the residence and creating the oddly formed dwelling.
“[He] just seriously required to be out right here, out in the prairie, and he experienced to have a dome house,” McVay claimed.
[Crain’s] — Miranda Davis