Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano was let go after the 2017 season. After spending a year consulting in the NFL, he’s jumping back into the fray as the defensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears. As a result, Pagano is ready to bid farewell to his Zionsville, IN, home, now on the market for $1.95 million.
Pagano bought the Tudor-style home in 2012—the same year he joined the Colts—for $1,720,000.
So let’s huddle up and take a look around. First things first, it’s an ideal place to spend a Sunday.
“The home is a beautiful English Tudor with soaring ceilings, handcarved woodwork, and kitchen cabinetry,” says co-listing agent Laurel Moses. “It also has one of the best theater rooms I’ve ever seen. … It’s an amazing place to watch a football game.”
Built in 2011 on an acre lot in the prestigious Lost Run Farm community, the 8,200-square-foot home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The entryway features barrel ceilings with ornate light fixtures. The living room also has a soaring ceiling, as well as a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen includes multiple islands and bar seating, and flows into a casual family area. The dining room looks out to the outdoor space. The main floor also includes a wood-paneled office and the spacious master suite.
The walk-out basement includes the aforementioned theater room, as well as a bar, billiard room, wine cellar, and gym. Outside, you’ll find a barbecue area and covered lounge, plus a grassy lawn and patio for dining.
The Lost Run Farm community is an area standout, Moses notes. “It’s gated, with 1.5 miles of creekside trails and 40 acres of green space.”
Pagano previously served as assistant coach for a number of college and pro squads. He led the Colts as far as the AFC Championship Game in 2014, but missed the playoffs in the three following seasons, which led to his ouster. Pagano accepted the job of defensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears in January.
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