The massive custom estate features six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms spread across 14,866 square feet of living space. It’s just under an acre, on the 14th fairway of the exclusive Quail Hollow Club.
The interior has large rooms loaded with architectural detail and gives off a grand vibe. Its unique features include a large staircase with custom ironwork railings, as well as marble columns, arched ceilings, and inlaid marble floors.
Built in 2007, the mansion was designed with entertaining in mind, both inside and out.
The huge kitchen flows into the casual dining and open living area, which includes a big bar, and all the rooms at the back of the home open to the spectacular outdoor area.
Both a covered loggia and large covered patio look onto the pool. The patio, which serves as an outdoor living room, comes complete with a barbecue area, television, and fireplace.
The main floor is where you’ll find the massive master suite, which features dual closets, dual bathroom areas, and dressing room space.
The upper level includes five additional bedrooms, each complete with a private bathroom. Other luxe rooms throughout the spacious residence include an exercise room, plush home theater, and gorgeous wine cellar.
Fox, 65, lived in this mansion during his stint as head coach of the Carolina Panthers. He coached the Panthers from 2002 to 2010, and led the team to a Super Bowl appearance in his second season with the club.
He went on to coach the Denver Broncos for four seasons, and then spent three seasons as the boss of the Chicago Bears.
Fox and his wife, Robin, continue to own a home in Marco Island, FL. They purchased their Sunshine State home in 2004 for $2.9 million. It features a sparkling negative-edge pool and spa that sits on Roberts Bay.
Victoria Mitchener with Dickens Mitchener & Associates has the listing.
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