Former NFL head coach Marc Trestman is calling an audible on his real estate portfolio. Now serving as the offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens, he's listed his four-bedroom home in Raleigh, NC, for $799,900. It's a sweet deal for a sunny, cheerful space.
Trestman spent two tumultuous seasons as head coach of the Chicago Bears, and was fired after putting up a 5-11 record in 2014. After being dismissed from the Windy City, the offensive guru accepted a position with the Ravens in 2015.
His two-story, 4,692-square-foot home has a traditional design and is classic inside and out. White railings and posts complement its brick exterior, and a fountain tucked in its curving driveway completes the look for unbeatable curb appeal. Keen eyes will spot unique architectural details throughout, including white wainscoting, built-ins with glass shelves, and elegant moldings.
Relaxing features are packed into the master bathroom, including marble countertops, a standalone tub, and a glass shower.
Out back, the landscaped 1.79-acre lot offers large green lawns for the kids to play on, paths for wandering, and a vine-covered trellis that's sure to be astounding in the spring. A multiple-level deck provides enough space for a rousing celebration overlooking the wooded land behind the house.