Ravens coach John Harbaugh is selling his Reisterstown home for $2.1 million, according to recent real estate listings.
The place boasts six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and five fireplaces. Amenities include extensive woodwork, reclaimed hardwood floors, a curved staircase, built-in bookcases and even a butler's pantry.
But if you're interested in dropping a few million on the property, you might be out of luck. Tom Mooney, a real estate agent for a buyer, said the house is under contract. Harbaugh's house was on the market for less than a week.
Harbaugh and his wife, Ingrid, bought the house in 2008 for $2,340,000, according to state property records. The house was built in 2007 and sits on two acres of land. Pictures advertising the listing show extensive outdoor entertaining space and an attention to landscaping. With a three-car garage and a gated entry, the French country-style house is more than 8,000 square feet.
Harbaugh, who became the Ravens head coach in 2007, recently had his contract renewed for one year by Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. The extension comes after a rough season where the team finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007. Yet Harbaugh led the team to its second Super Bowl victory just a year earlier.
But Ravens fans shouldn't worry that their coach is leaving town. A spokesman for the Ravens said the Harbaugh family has just moved to another home in the Baltimore area.