Toni Kukoč and his wife Renata recently sold their home in Highland Park, Ill. for $920,000, as first reported by Bob Goldsborough of the Chicago Tribune.
The listing for the home, marked as sold on Oct. 15, describes it as a six-bedroom, 5.5-bath, 5,035 square foot house on a 0.25 acre property situated near an outdoor pond. Built in 1990, it's now flush with floor-to-ceiling windows, three walk-in closets, a heated three-car garage, full exercise room, patio and hot tub.
Kukoč paid $1.2 million for the home in 1993, per Goldsborough. Jerry Krause selected Kukoč in the second round of the 1990 NBA Draft, but the Croatian forward didn't come overseas until signing a multi-year with the team in July 1993; he played six full seasons (and part of a seventh before being traded) with the franchise, winning three NBA titles and a Sixth Man of the Year award along the way.
But never fear Bulls fans: Goldsborough also reported that Kukoč and his family have no intentions of leaving the Chicagoland area. He's still listed as a special advisor in the Bulls' staff directory and makes sporadic appearances in team-sponsored social media promotions.
See images of the home below, originally shot by VHT Studios, via Realtor.com: