Former Louisville Cardinals head coach Chris Mack’s Prospect home is for sale

APPEARANCE: Former Louisville Cardinals head coach Chris Mack’s prospect home is up for sale

Former UofL men’s basketball coach Chris Mack’s home is for sale, according to Louisville Business First. List price is $3.95 million. Located in Harrods Glen, the 12,000-square-foot home features “exquisite marquetry, intricate millwork, soaring arched doorways and ornate ceiling detailing. Each room has been carefully designed to provide an unparalleled bespoke experience, including a stunning indoor backyard in-ground granite pool and pool house, expansive entertaining areas and terraces, elevator and 6 elegant bedroom suites. Jon Mand of Lenihan Sotheby’s International Realty lists the home.In addition to the six bedrooms, the home has 10 bathrooms — seven full baths and three half-baths.There is a formal dining room and a wood-paneled study with an extravagant coffered ceiling, a gas fireplace, and ornate built-ins Bookshelves, the listing states.Bonus: There is a hidden entrance from the study to the master bedroom for a touch of mystery.The master bathroom features a unique circular floor plan that truly defines his and hers areas with personal vanities, water closets and spacious n creates walk-in closets. It also has a bath, an oversized glass-enclosed shower with dual shower heads. There are many individual touches around the home that include nods to the university and men’s basketball team. You can see the house in the attached gallery. Mack was in the fourth year of his seven-year, $28 million contract with the university when the two sides agreed to part ways in a $4.8 million deal. He has been with UofL since the 2018/19 season. He led the Cardinals to the NCAA tournament in his freshman year, but the team has struggled for the past two seasons. His UofL record was 68-36. Mack was the university’s highest-paid employee with a salary of $4.25 million in 2021. Since Mack’s departure, Kenny Payne has been named UofL basketball coach. UofL has set Payne’s base salary at $3.35 million and the term until 2028. For a full gallery of photos to get a glimpse of the sprawling home, see the Louisville Business First contest article here.

Former UofL men’s basketball coach Chris Mack’s home is up for sale. according to Louisville Business First.

List price is $3.95 million. Located in Harrods Glen, the 12,000-square-foot home features “exquisite marquetry, intricate millwork, soaring arched doorways and ornate ceiling detailing. Each room has been meticulously designed to provide an unparalleled bespoke experience, including a stunning indoor backyard – granite flooring pool and pool house, expansive entertaining areas and terraces, elevator and 6 elegant bedroom suites,” according to listing. Jon Mand of Lenihan Sotheby’s International Realty lists the house.

In addition to the six bedrooms, the home has 10 bathrooms — seven full baths and three half-baths. There’s a formal dining room and a wood-paneled study with an extravagant coffered ceiling, gas fireplace, and ornate built-in bookshelves, the listing says. Bonus: There’s a hidden entrance to the master bedroom from the study for a touch of mystery.

The master bathroom features a unique circular floor plan that creates truly defined his and hers areas with personal vanities, water closets and spacious walk-in closets. It also has a bath and an oversized, glass-enclosed shower with dual shower heads.

There are many individual touches around the home that include nods to the university and men’s basketball team. You can see the house in the attached gallery.

Mack was in the fourth year of his seven-year, $28 million contract with the university when the two sides agreed to part ways in a $4.8 million deal. He has been with UofL since the 2018/19 season. He led the Cardinals to the NCAA tournament in his freshman year, but the team has struggled for the past two seasons. His UofL record was 68-36. Mack was the university’s highest-paid employee with a salary of $4.25 million in 2021.

Since Mack’s departure, Kenny Payne has been named UofL basketball coach. UofL has set Payne’s base salary at $3.35 million and a term until 2028.

For a full photo gallery to get a glimpse of the sprawling home, You can go to the Louisville Business First contest article here.

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