Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer has listed his mansion in Fox Point, WI, for $3.75 million.
The luxe residence sits right on the waters of Lake Michigan, just about 10 miles north of the Fiserv Forum, the home of the Bucks. Built in 2007, the four-bedroom, five-bathroom home comes with a whopping 7,945 square feet of living space.
Although Wisconsin winters are brutal, the home is marketed as a “year-round luxury estate.”
Thanks to its lakeside location, the initial assumption might be that this home is just a weekend getaway for a well-off Midwesterner. However, this gorgeous home will have a buyer feeling vacation vibes all year long—even though it’s just minutes from Milwaukee.
Its highlights include spectacular wood floors, extraordinary views, and easy access to Lake Michigan.
A master suite includes a “boutique-style dressing room,” a terrace that overlooks the lake, as well as a fireplace. It looks like a cozy spot to retreat to during winter months, while watching the snow fall outside.
The residence was built with a seamless flow, to entertain family and guests. The open kitchen and great room open onto an “airy dining room,” complete with a two-sided fireplace, as well as a chic formal family area.
On the lower level, the entertainment options include a theater room, game room, and workout room, not to mention a gas fireplace, a custom bar, and plenty of storage space.
For friends or family who want to make it a long-term stay, there’s also a fully equipped guesthouse on the property. We even spy a basketball hoop perched out in front, on the property’s spacious driveway.
Coach Budenholzer, 50, is no stranger to real estate. He listed his Atlanta mansion last summer for $2.4 million, and it wound up selling in October for $2,165,000.
Budenholzer began his NBA coaching career with the San Antonio Spurs in 1996, first serving as a video coordinator before becoming an assistant coach.
He spent the next 17 seasons with the Spurs, before accepting the head coaching job with the Atlanta Hawks in 2013.
After five seasons in the ATL, he moved over to the Milwaukee Bucks in 2018. He’s a two-time NBA Coach of the Year (2015, 2019) and won four Championship rings as an assistant coach with the Spurs in 1999, 2003, 2005, and 2007.
Shar Borg with First Weber Group holds the listing.
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