Johnson first put the house on the market in August, the Tribune reports. He has since lowered the asking price from about $1.25 million to about $1.19 million.
"Built in 2003, the house has 5-1/2 baths, hardwood floors, crown and cove moldings, three fireplaces and a wine cellar," the Tribune story reads. "The house also has four finished levels, a first-floor den and a professionally landscaped yard."
Read the full Chicago Tribune story here.
Johnson isn't the only local news personality to sell a Hinsdale home recently. Former ABC 7 anchor Sylvia Perez listed hers over the summer.
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