Ravens coach John Harbaugh unloads Baltimore-area home
John Harbaugh, the head football coach of the Baltimore Ravens, has taken a loss away from the field, selling his home in Reisterstown, Md., for $2.05 million.
Harbaugh and his wife, Ingrid, purchased the property, found on two wooded acres in Highland Ridge, in April 2008 for $2.34 million, according to public records.
The home, built in 2007, is French Country style with reclaimed plank hardwood floors, custom millwork and tray ceilings throughout. The two-story floor plan offers more than 6,500 square feet of living space with formal living areas, a gourmet kitchen, a library/study and a finished lower level with a recreation room.
The master suite touts a cedar-lined closets, two fireplaces and a soaking tub. In all, the home counts six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and five stone fireplaces.
A large patio sits off the main floor and overlooks a path leading to a fire pit and small pond. A three-car garage also resides on the expansive grounds.
Harbaugh, 51, is entering his seventh year with Baltimore and holds a career record of 62-34, with five playoff appearances in six seasons. He led the Ravens to a Super Bowl victory in 2012, besting his brother, San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.
The football coach had asked $2.1 million for the home when he put it on the market in early April. Sale of the property closed June 25, according to property records.
Sally Byrne of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty listed the property on behalf of Harbaugh. Thomas Mooney of O’Conor & Mooney Realtors represented the buyer in the sale.
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