Urban Meyer put in a lot of hours at the office as he won two BCS National Championships at the University of Florida. He stepped down to spend more time with his family in 2010, but he also missed out on a lot of time in one of the nicest houses in North-Central Florida.
Now that Meyer has settled in as the new coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes, he's hoping to unload his Florida palace. That means we get to take a look inside.
Custom designed and built for Meyer in 2006, the home is located on two acres in a gated community. Besides the covered pool, batting cage and sand volleyball court, the Gainesville Sun reports the mansion is decked out with Gator memorabilia. You'll find the 2009 Fed Ex national championship logo from the locker room as the game-room carpet. Sadly for the next owner, Meyer is taking all those goodies with him to Ohio.
While the average home in the United States has 2,169 square feet, Meyer's old place includes a stunning 6,719 square feet with six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. Although Urban's pad was worth $1.1 million in 2011 according to property and tax records, it's on the market for $1.7 million, via Focus Real Estate.
Wife Shelly Meyer plans on staying in the home until the end of March, unless a buyer is found sooner.
But the Meyer family won't be completely leaving the Sunshine State behind; his family plans to hold on to another Florida home so Shelly can escape those arctic Ohio winters.
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