Former Blackhawk Troy Brouwer sells Roscoe Village home

Special to the Tribune

Former Chicago Blackhawks right wing Troy Brouwer has a contract pending to sell his three-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot duplex penthouse condominium unit in Roscoe Village, which is on the market for $750,000.

The Vancouver-born Brouwer, 29, was with the Blackhawks from 2006 until the team traded him in 2011 to his current team, the Washington Capitals.  He was a mainstay on the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup-winning team in 2010.

Now, Brouwer is set to unload his duplex, which he purchased new in 2009 for $675,000.  Listing agent Michael Flanagan of Charles Rutenberg Realty told Elite Street that Brouwer will close on the sale on Aug. 28 at a price of $749,000, $1,000 less than its asking price.

“It’s a good market for it,” said Flanagan, who noted that Brouwer has purchased a house in the Washington, D.C. area.

Features in the unit include 12-foot ceilings, crown moldings, two large outdoor spaces, a private rooftop deck, surround sound throughout and a kitchen with Viking appliances, granite countertops and 42-inch walnut cabinets.

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