Former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith, who now is the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has listed his 13-room brick house in Lake Forest for $1.999 million.
The Bears fired Smith, 56, at the end of 2012 after nine seasons as coach. He sat out the 2013 football season and signed on with Tampa in January.
Now, Smith has moved to cut ties with his house in Lake Forest, which he purchased for $1.625 million in late 2004.
Built in 2002, the five-bedroom house has five baths, an eat-in kitchen, a two-story family room with a fireplace, a living room with a fireplace, a cherry library, a sweeping staircase, an attached four-car heated garage and a basement with a wet bar, a rec room, a billiards area, a workout room and a second laundry room.
The house sits on a 1.38-acre property.
Katie Hackett of @properties has the listing.