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Former Bears kicker puts his Chicago home on the market

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You might want bring out your wallet because former Bears kicker Robbie Gould has put his Chicago home up for sale.

Gould put his 5,420-square-foot Normandy-style house in Kildeer on the market for $1.29 million.

The house was built in 2007, and bought by Gould in 2009.

The house features five bedroom, four and a half baths, brick and stucco, bright eat-in kitchen, complete with high-end appliances, granite and marble countertops, butler's pantry and wet bar.

The dining room has an up lit tray ceiling, showcasing the room's custom crown molding. The house also features a fully finished basement including a full updated kit, bedroom, bath, fireplace and gym.

To top it off, the master bedroom includes a suite with an up lit tray ceiling, a master bath with an oversized shower, heated floors and a large attached family room/office.

If you like space with your home, Gould’s former home sits on 0.51 acres of land.

Gould played with the Bears from 2005-2016 and is the all-time leader in field goals and total points.