Ben Carson, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of housing and urban development, in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, Dec. 12, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

The country’s potential secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development has officially listed his own home on the market in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Dr. Ben Carson recently put his 6,155 square foot, five-bedroom home on the market for $1.2 million, the Sun-Sentinel reported Tuesday. The former Republican presidential candidate and former neurosurgeon, who was recently nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development under the Trump administration, originally bought the home in 2013, originally for $775,000. The previous owner was John Rooney of the Rooney family, the dynasty behind the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to the outlet.

Carson and his wife Candy Carson recently purchased a Palm Beach Gardens home for $4.375 million, a larger home measuring in at 8,782 square feet.

The palatial West Palm Beach residence includes a media room, breakfast area, a chef’s kitchen, large dining room and 4.5 bathrooms, according to the Los Angeles Times. The home is located within a golf-club community and the windows also boast views of the courses. It also has an attached three-car garage, and design details include high ceilings, marble floors and columns and coffered ceilings with hand-painted inlays. The entire home is situated on a third-of-an-acre, according to the Times.

Finally, hopeful buyers can also expect a Premier Golf membership which also includes access to the Ibis Golf and Country Club.

Carson also has a residence in Upperco, Maryland, a home which the Guardian dubbed as “an homage to himself.” The home features large portraits of Carson and walls filled with his personal awards.

As secretary of the Housing and Urban Development, Carson would assume responsibility for the programs and policies that are related to housing needs in the U.S. Carson will be expected to oversee the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program under HUD, among other requirements.

Critics have remained skeptical as to whether Carson will be able to bring the necessary experience to the table as the nation’s new HUD, according to a recent New York Times piece.