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Dawn Clark Netsch

Dawn Clark Netsch's home sells for $1.65 million

Dawn Clark Netsch's home sells for $1.65 million

The two-bedroom, 2,964-square-foot contemporary-style house in Old Town that was the longtime home of Dawn Clark Netsch, the late attorney and onetime Illinois state senator, state comptroller and 1994 gubernatorial candidate, sold late last month for $1.65 million. Netsch, who died at 86 in 2013, had lived in the house since it was built in 1972. It was designed by Netsch's husband, Walter, the noted Brutalist-style architect, art collector and onetime Chicago Park District board president who died in 2008. Dawn Clark Netsch's estate was the seller of the house and was represented in the deal by Kieran Conlon and Patrick Cullen, of Conlon Christie's International Real...

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