Former Chicago Bears Head Coach John Fox Put Mansion Up for Sale

John Fox has put his North Carolina mansion on the market for nearly $6 million, according to realtor.com

The six-bed, six-and-a-half bath house spans nearly 15,000 sq.ft. and is situated on an exclusive golf course, Quail Hollow Club.

According to the listing, the Fox home is quite luxurious, with plenty of space to relax and entertain guests.

"Upon entry you are provided an unmatched first impression of this spectacular home. The spaces were designed to draw you in with custom architectural details including a sweeping staircase with custom designed ironwork railings, marble columns, arched ceilings and exquisite inlaid marble floors.

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"Designed with entertaining in mind, the main level has formal living spaces, a large kitchen that flows into the casual dining and open family room as well as a large bar. Master on the main floor offers dual closets, bathroom areas and dressing space.

"All rooms on the back of the home open to the stunning outdoor space. The curved staircase leads you to a grotto style wine cellar perfect for intimate dining. Upper level includes five additional bedrooms each with private baths, additional laundry, exercise room, home theater and rec room."

A special feature on the home from realtor.com elaborates on the backyard, "Both a covered loggia and large covered patio look onto the pool. The patio, which serves as an outdoor living room, comes complete with a barbecue area, television, and fireplace."

According to realtor.com, Fox lived in the home from 2002-2010 when he was coach of the Carolina Panthers. He listed the home for $7 million in 2015, but it didn't sell.


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