The House Jannero Pargo Is Selling Is Nicer Than Wherever You Live

By: 03.07.13

For $2.4 million you can snap up the former house of journeyman guard Jannero Pargo, a house north of Chicago that’s pretty damn nice even considering he’s far from an established talent in the NBA (he’s currently a free agent). Hit the jump to see more photos of the house.

If you’re in the market for this 11,000-square-foot mansion, it’s seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms on 2.78 acres of prime Riverwoods property. In the bathroom, the buyer will have their choice of steam shower, sauna or whirlpool tub. Be warned, you’re going go pay $44,700 in taxes each year on it (median U.S. household income is $52,700, not that I’m comparing the two) but you’ll get essentially a brand-new house, built in 2008. The Chicago Tribune scouted the listing originally.

Jannero Pargo

Jannero Pargo 2

Jannero Pargo 3

Jannero Pargo 4

All photos via Prudential Rubloff

Around The Web


He Is Virginia Tech: Why Blacksburg Will Always Be Smiling For Frank Beamer

By:  •  2 Comments

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2‘ Director Francis Lawrence Explains That Final Scene

By:  •  5 Comments

Jackie Earle Haley Discusses ‘Criminal Activities,’ His Directorial Debut


Tara Subkoff And Chloë Sevigny Discuss ‘#Horror,’ A Cyberbully Nightmare


Todd Haynes On The Sophistication And Passion Of ‘Carol,’ And The Dreary Charm Of Cincinnati


Need An Adventure? Now Is The Best Time To Go To Yellowstone National Park!

By:  •  8 Comments

Samantha Ponder Shares The Greatest ‘College GameDay’ Location, And The Importance Of Being Unbalanced


Weathering The Crimson Storm: How One Football Team Ended A 32-Game Losing Streak


This Couple Setting Out On A Two-Year Van Trip To Shine A Light On Mental Illness Is Sure To Inspire You

By:  •  8 Comments

Francis Lawrence On How Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Death Affected ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2‘


Loren Bouchard On ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ How His Show Survived, And The Beauty Of Never Growing Up

By:  •  2 Comments

Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Vs. Canada’s Ed The Sock, And The Problem Of Parallel Creation

By:  •  24 Comments