Ex-Cal basketball coach Cuonzo Martin lists Piedmont home for $2.495 million
Former Cal Bears men’s basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, who resigned from his position last month before joining the Missouri Tigers program, has listed his home in Piedmont, Calif., for $2.495 million.
He bought the house three years ago for $2.5 million, records show.
Set up from the street, the Mediterranean-style three-story home was built in 1954 but has since been renovated. Views from the quarter-acre site partially take in the city and San Francisco Bay.
Within more than 4,100 square feet of interior space is a center-island kitchen that opens to a family room topped with exposed beams. A formal living room, a game room/den, four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms are among the living areas. An elevator services each of the home’s three floors.
Outside, professional landscaping and gardens surround a stone patio with a gas fireplace. There’s also an attached two-car garage.
Teresa Baum of Pacific Union International holds the listing.
Martin, 45, joined the Golden Bears program as head coach in 2014 and went 62-39 in three seasons while making the NCAA tournament once. His new deal with Missouri will reportedly pay him a little more than $21 million over the next seven years.
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