Former Fighting Irish Coach Charlie Weis Is Trying to Sell His Indiana Home

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For the second time, former Notre Dame football coach Charlie Weis is attempting to sell his home in Granger, IN -- this time for $2.35 million, a big jump from its former list price of $1.95 million in 2012.

What do you get for your dough? The biggest home in the neighborhood, at 8,000-plus square feet, and nearly 9 acres of "an equestrian lover's dream," according to the listing. It comes with horse stables, a heated indoor arena, a tennis court, a baseball field, and boat storage.

There's also the prestige of living in the former digs of Weis, who is not exactly fondly remembered for his middling performance while serving as head coach of the Fighting Irish between 2004 and his firing in 2009.

After brief stints as offensive coordinator for the Florida Gators and Kansas City Chiefs and three years of "rebuilding" as the head coach at the University of Kansas, Weis has all but retired from coaching.

Even though Weis won't be retiring in Indiana, his opulent home leaves plenty to enjoy, with its spacious living spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows surrounding the dining room -- all looking out to the green acres.