Former White Sox Player Selling his Orland Park Digs

September 20, 2010

45 Silo Ridge in Orland Park

A former Chicago White Sox baseball player has lowered the price of his impressive piece of Chicago real estate.

Dan Pasqua is asking $1,595,000 for his Orland Park mansion.

The 9,554-square-foot home, built in 1991 at 45 Silo Ridge in the southwest suburb, went through an extensive renovation in 2006.

Pasqua purchased the residence in 2001 for $1.44 million and had originally listed it for $1,799,000 million in April.

The impressive entrance foyer.

The brick-and-stone home boasts five bedrooms, each with their own bath, an attic, a main-floor sunroom, a loft, a great room with a hand-painted ceiling, two fireplaces, an intercom system, a security system, a central vacuum system and a gourmet dream kitchen.

The finished basement offers a huge recreational room, an exercise room, a theater room, a second kitchen, a full bathroom and an ice cream/soda bar with five custom bar stools.

Dan Pasqua

The grounds have been beautifully landscaped with accent shubbery, flowering beds, custom lighting and a sprinkler system. The exterior also includes a multi-level deck, a Paver brick patio with a built-in fire pit, a large gazebo, a circular driveway and a side-load, three-car, heated garage.

Pasqua played for the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox from 1985-1994. A left-handed first baseman, he hit a career-high 20 home runs for the Sox in 1988.

Pasqua is now a community relations representative with the Sox. He also works with young athletes in baseball and softball through various programs and camps, and he is a private instructor with the Tinley Park White Sox Training Academy.

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