Bears GM Ryan Poles sells Kansas home for $685,0001 min read
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Poles and his wife, Katie, on June 16 sold their five-bedroom, 3,182-square-foot house in Overland Park, Kansas, for its $685,000 asking price.
In January, the Bears hired Poles, 36, to be the team’s general manager after Ryan Pace was fired. Poles had been with the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009 until 2021, rising to become executive director of player personnel.
In Overland Park, which is a large suburb of Kansas City, Poles and his wife bought the nine-room home in 2018 for $575,281, according to public records. Built in 2017, the house has 4½ bathrooms, two fireplaces, a kitchen with a custom island, a great room with built-ins and hardwood flooring, a formal dining room and a primary bedroom suite with a walk-in closet and a makeup vanity.
Other features include a screened porch with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and TV area.
The couple listed the house on March 11.
Listing agent Erin Peel previously declined to comment in detail on the listing, although she did acknowledge that the house had numerous offers.
The house had a $7,822 property tax bill in the 2020 tax year.
It’s not known yet where Poles and his wife have settled in the Chicago area.
Bob Goldsborough is a freelance writer.
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