That's far below his most recent asking price of $829,000. It's also considerably less than the $1.2 million Zambrano, whom the Cubs traded to the Miami Marlins in early 2012, paid for the house in 2006. Zambrano, 31, isn't affiliated with any major league team.
The six-bedroom, approximately 4,000-square-foot house has four full baths, a loft, a finished lower level with a large recreation room, a three-car garage and a sunken great room with a wall of windows and a vaulted ceiling.
In 2008, Zambrano paid $2.66 million for a six-bedroom, 6,700-square-foot house in the West Lakeview neighborhood. He listed that house last summer for $2.4 million, but he pulled it from the market in December.
Zambrano's listing agent, Jessica Rivera of Weichert, could not be reached for comment. Public records do not yet identify the buyer.
Iha sells NYC apartment for $1.25M
Iha, a Chicago-area native, bought the one-bedroom unit in 2000 for an undisclosed price. It sits in a small, vintage building that has had no shortage of star power through the years.
Actress Chloe Sevigny paid $1.2 million in 2005 for a one-bedroom unit in the building. She has it for sale for $1.85 million. And actress Parker Posey bought a three-room unit in the building in 2000 and sold it in 2008 for $1.31 million.
Iha's home, which has slightly more than 1,000 square feet, initially was listed as a $6,000-a-month rental. Features include one bath, two wood-burning fireplaces and original wide-plank floors.
Iha, now renting a place in Brooklyn, N.Y., continues to own a house on Chicago's Far North Side that he bought in 1994 for $260,000.