As the NFL’s offseason coaching carousel continues to spin, another former Chicago Bears assistant coach has put his home on the market, as former Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy and his wife, Tina , listed their six-bedroom, 5,610-square-foot home in southwest Waukegan on Feb. 7 for $1.67 million.
Getsy’s time with the Bears was short-lived. He signed in early 2022 as the team’s offensive coordinator and was fired last month after two seasons in the role. On February 6, he was named offensive coordinator of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Technically, Getsy’s house is within the Waukegan city limits but has a Libertyville mailing address. Built in 1998, the traditional-style home is in the Nickels and Dimes neighborhood and features five bathrooms, four fireplaces, new hardwood floors, new fixtures, a newly remodeled mudroom with custom built-ins, and a kitchen with Sub-Zero and Thermador. appliances and quartz countertops. Other features include a newly remodeled office with custom built-ins, “smart” system, master bedroom with fireplace and double vanity in bathroom, and lower level with custom wet bar, adjacent billiards area, a new projection. Screen TV and an exercise or multipurpose room.
Outside the 1.86 acre property is a recently redone swimming pool with large adjoining hot tub, limestone fire pit, all new exterior lighting, perennial gardens and a pond at the rear of the property.
Getsy paid $1.57 million in April 2022 for the house.
Listing agent Amy Seymour of @properties Christie’s International Real Estate declined to comment on the listing.
Former Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams, who inexplicably left the team during the 2023 season, listed his five-bedroom, 4,450-square-foot home in Lake Forest on Feb. 1 for $2.799 million.
Getsy’s house had a property tax bill of $33,899 for the 2022 tax year.
Goldsborough is a freelance journalist.
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