Former University of Missouri system President Tim Wolfe, who stepped down from his position in November 2015, is now in the process of stepping away from his home.
His resignation capped a fall filled with furor after a series of on-campus racial incidents spurred students (including the football team) into acts of protest. In a recently released private email, Wolfe said his ouster "affected my family and me in ways that are indescribable."
One obvious way is the "for sale" sign now in front of his Columbia, MO, property. Listed for $750,000, the traditional-style house measures 5,600 square feet and features six bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, a rec room with wet bar, and a gym.
The open-concept kitchen comes with stainless-steel appliances, a large island, granite counters, and a breakfast nook. There's also a casual family room with a fireplace.
The home's generous floor plan, with separate formal and casual spaces, seems perfect for hosting faculty parties. In addition, the home built in 2008 has been recently spruced up with "fresh paint and flooring," according to the listing.