The couple said they bought the home for $800,000 in December.
Soskin was arrested that day, and Lee was taken into custody five days later. Both were at the home at the time the search warrant was executed.
Soskin and Lee face charges of marijuana trafficking and possession of marijuana, and face a minimum of 12 years in prison if convicted. They have pleaded not guilty.
After his arrest, Soskin told investigators he recently had returned from a trip to California to pick up marijuana and bring it to Illinois. He said he was a professional gambler and owned a consulting business, but also noted he had been selling marijuana for the past 18 months, according to an affidavit.
More than 1,000 prescription pills also were found in the home. Soskin told investigators that he had prescriptions for the pills, but that he sold them instead of taking them, according to an affidavit.