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Harold Ramis' North Shore Mansion for Sale


The Glencoe mansion of the late actor-writer-director Harold Ramis is for sale. The Ghostbusters writer and Groundhog Day director bought the home in 1996 so he could be close to his family. Ramis died from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis last February. The 8,300 SF home, originally built in 1923, boasts six bedrooms, five and a half baths, a pool with a spacious deck, two sunrooms and a library, reports the Chicago Tribune. [CT]