Bruce Arians, a York Excessive grad and former head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, listed his Chandler, Arizona, residence for $1.5 million in January.
The 5,001-sq.-foot property, which has 5 bedrooms and 4½ loos, is situated close to Queen Creek and Alma Faculty roads, within the unique gated group of Vistas at Ocotillo, in line with public actual-property data.
Arians, who bought the home in 2013 when he joined the Cardinals, introduced his retirement in January. Arians led the franchise to 50 wins, the most of any coach in Cardinals historical past.
Infinity pool, hand-painted ceilings
The lakefront Santa Barbara/Tuscan-type property seems to be out over views of the Ocotillo Golf Course, and opens to a round cobblestone driveway with a gated courtyard, fuel hearth pit and water function.
The house’s design options embrace a chic customized wrought-iron entrance door, stone pillars and accents, and a wall of glass that overlooks the vanishing-edge infinity pool, which blends seamlessly into the lake.
The kitchen is fitted with customized cabinetry, hand-painted ceilings, a constructed-in espresso and occasional bar, in addition to a constructed-in bar with two wine fridges.
The house additionally encompasses a personal basement with kitchenette, two bedrooms, a toilet and its personal 500-bottle, stroll-in, local weather-managed wine cellar.
The main bedroom comes with its personal stone hearth, uncovered wooden rafters and a personal exit to the yard. The grasp rest room options separate vanities, a customized stroll-in bathe, a soaker tub, and a customized stroll-in closet with washer and dryer.
The yard is primed for entertaining, with a sunken patio flanked by palm timber, copper waterfall, personal pool and spa, coated patio with constructed-in barbecue and unobstructed views of the lake and golf course.
The house is being bought…