Former Cal men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin has exited California with a win, selling his home in Piedmont for $3 million, or $505,000 over the asking price.
Martin, who resigned from his position in March before joining the University of Missouri's program, bought the house three years ago for $2.5 million, records show.
The Mediterranean-style home, built in 1954 and since updated, takes in city and San Francisco Bay views from its quarter-acre lot on a hillside.
The approximately 4,100 square feet of interior space includes an elevator, a center-island kitchen, a game room/den, four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. French doors lead from the living room to a back patio with a fireplace.
Tiered landscaping and gardens fill out the grounds. Also on the property is an attached two-car garage.
Teresa Baum of Pacific Union International was the listing agent. Debra Dryden, also with Pacific Union, represented the buyer.
Martin, 45, went 62-39 in three seasons as head coach of the Golden Bears, 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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