Dwyane Wade’s new house in Chicago is part of TV history.
Dwyane Wade has found a place to live in his new home city and it turns out his place has an interesting history.
According to DNA Info, Wade is leasing an old Victorian home about 15 minutes from the Bulls’ arena. It had been for sale for $9.5 million before Wade decided to rent it.
It has a ton of awesome features, like “smart home” automation and a heated driveway. It was also featured in Webster, the '80s sitcom starring Emmanuel Lewis.
The house has clearly been updated since the '80s. It now has a 148-inch projector screen in the basement and a fridge that holds 720 bottles of wine.