Former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue is selling his lakefront mansion after being abruptly axed by the team.
Located in Bay Village, OH, the luxury home is available for $4.3 million, with an additional buildable lot. If you’d just like to purchase the mansion without the lot, the price is $3.49 million.
The home is officially owned by 24524 Lake Road LLC, but public records, news reports, and the framed NBA jerseys all over the home’s walls appear to link Lue to the property.
We’re sure the coach appreciated his lakefront retreat after a winless start to the 2018 season, which led to his hasty departure.
While he couldn’t guide the Cavs to a victory in the first six games of the season, the home he’s leaving is definitely a winner. Built in 2006, the five-bedroom mansion sits on 1.69 acres of Lake Erie waterfront.
According to the listing description, the gated property offers “privacy and priceless water views.” The large layout features a chef’s kitchen with two islands, two Subzero refrigerators, a full-sized Subzero wine cooler, Miele double ovens, a built-in coffee machine, multiple sinks, and a butler’s pantry.
There’s also a breakfast nook, dining area, and formal living room with vaulted ceilings and walls of glass, plus an office. The master suite includes a two-sided glass fireplace, and the eye-catching curved staircase and walls of glass on the back of the home take advantage of the lake views.
Other amenities include radiant heat floors, a lower-level exercise room, a spa, home theater, and a game room with a bar.
The outdoor space includes multiple patios and decks, a tennis court, a separate, enclosed sun room, and a huge grassy yard.
The 41-year-old point guard from Missouri played in the NBA for 11 seasons before switching over to a suit and tie on the bench. He held the title of assistant coach for the Boston Celtics, L.A. Clippers, and Cavaliers before stepping up in 2016 to the Cavs head coach. In his rookie season as the Cavs boss, the team won the NBA title.
Don’t feel too bad for Lue. He had a $35 million, five-year contract with the Cavs. And he’s not without a home, either. He’s been known to spend time in L.A. and Las Vegas, when not sitting on the shores of Lake Erie.
Linda Musarra holds the listing.