Now that Fred Hoiberg is settling into his new role as head coach of the Chicago Bulls, he's ready for some new digs. Hoiberg and his wife just purchased a new home in Burr Ridge, according to the Chicago Real Estate Daily.
Purchased for nearly $4 million, their new home features six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
And while no photos of the property were available, we can tell you the three-story home features a breakfast nook, dining room, full master suite with soaking tub, and finished attic, according to the listing. There's also a wet bar and media room.
After signing a five-year deal to coach the Bulls in June, the former NBA guard plans to stick around in the Windy City. But to advance in the coaching ranks, he left his head coaching gig at his alma mater of Iowa State. Hoiberg also left behind a prime piece of Iowa real estate: The five-bedroom home on a wooded lot in Ames is still up for grabs.