Jamie Dimon May Have Found a Buyer For His Giant Chicago House

After slashing the asking price by more than $2.6 million earlier this month, it looks like JP Morgan Chase CEO

After slashing the asking price by more than $2.6 million earlier this month, it looks like JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has found a buyer for his eight-bedroom, nine-bath Chicago mansion.

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Crain’s Chicago Business reports that the enormous house, which has such amenities as a wine vault and a master bedroom that takes up an entire floor, is under contract. The buyer and price have not been determined, Crain’s says. Dimon purchased the monstrosity in 2000 for $4.7 million. He first tried to sell the house in 2007 for $13.5 million. He subsequently dropped the price to $9.5 million, then $6.95 million at the beginning of September.

Congratulations, buyer, whoever you are. You’ve just gotten yourself a beautiful Gold Coast home complete with servants’ quarters and more bathrooms than bedrooms.

(h/t Dealbreaker)

Jamie Dimon May Have Found a Buyer For His Giant Chicago House