Dwyane Wade rents huge eight-bedroom house in Chicago

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Dwyane Wade has been acclimatising to life back in his home city after his free agency move to the Chicago Bulls. 

Following 13 highly-successful years with the Miami Heat, the three-time title-winning shooting guard headed back to Chi-Town after agreeing a two-year, $47 million contract with a player option.

Having agreed to the move last month, Wade and his movie-star wife, Gabrielle Union, have rented a Gold Coast mansion that was previously on the market for nearly $9.5 million in April, according to Crain's.

The 11,000-square-foot house has eight bedrooms and is located on North State Parkway. Built in 1883, it was updated five years ago. There is a basement that includes a 148-inch projection screen while the wine fridge can hold up to 720 bottles. There is a coach house attached to the main building and the garage can hold three cars. 

Here are some pictures of the house, courtesy of Trulia:

The 34-year-old has spent the whole of his professional career in the Sunshine State but kept housing in Chicago up until 2014. He brought a River North townhouse for just over $1.4 million in 2009 before selling it for $1.7 million two years ago.


Having dedicated his prime to the Heat and their pursuit of success, Wade opted to sign a contract with the Bulls that will see him earn more than he ever has in a single season.

After continually taking less than his worth in Miami to allow the franchise space for manoeuvre, he will be the biggest earner in the United Center locker room.  

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