Jim Mora, the head football coach of the UCLA Bruins, has listed his home in Yarrow Point, Wash., for sale at $3.149 million.
The Northwestern contemporary, updated in 2008, was Mora’s home during his tenure with the Seattle Seahawks from 2007-2009, when he served as an assistant coach and, for one season, the head coach for the NFL franchise.
Sporting sleek interior finishes, the 6,840 square feet of living space offers a range of amenities, including an artist studio, built-in flat screen televisions, a gourmet kitchen, a home theater, a game room with a wet bar and an office.
The master suite, one of five bedrooms and four full baths, has a spa-like bath with a soaking tub and a private deck with views of Yarrow Bay. A detached guesthouse adds an additional bedroom and bath.
Outdoors, the grounds include a covered patio with a barbecue area, lush landscapes and rolling green lawns.
Mora, 52, led the Bruins to a 10-3 record in 2013, which culminated with a Sun Bowl victory over Virginia Tech. He agreed to a six-year, $21-million contract extension that will keep him with the Bruins through 2019 in December following interest from the University of Washington, his alma mater.
Public records show that Mora and his wife, Shannon, purchased the home in June 2007 for $2.425 million. Debbie Jaeger of Windermere Real Estate Shoreline is the listing agent.
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