Former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue is selling his lakefront mansion after being abruptly axed by the team.

Located in Bay Village, OH, the luxury home is available for $4.3 million, with an additional buildable lot. 

If you’d just like to purchase the mansion without the additional lot, the price is $3.49 million.

Built in 2006, the five-bedroom mansion sits on 1.69 acres of Lake Erie waterfront.  

According to the listing:   

One of the finest waterfront homes Northeast Ohio offers… Absolutely no expense spared inside and out. This extraordinary home is truly an entertainer’s dream home! Built with exceptional quality and crafted with the finest materials that you have to see to appreciate. Smart home technology built into the finest audio/video and security systems. Chef’s dream kitchen with 2 islands, 2 Subzero refrigerators, full-sized Subzero wine cooler, Miele double ovens, built-in Miele steamer & coffee machine, Thermador pro gas range, electric range, beverage coolers, ice machine, multiple sinks plus a pasta faucet, and a butler’s pantry with more. Some of the many conveniences include radiant heat floors throughout, a lower level exercise room, spa and theater just to name a few. Outdoor paradise with multi-tiered patios and decks, tennis court, separate enclosed sun room, and so much more. The gated pristine property offers privacy and priceless water views on 1.7 sprawling acres. This includes 2 parcels of land, 1 of which is a build-able lot. Impeccable! House w/o additional lot- See MLS #3968173. Bay village has been rated as one of the top communities in all of Northern Ohio! Family-oriented community with excellent schools, many activities, lots of green space, a recently certified Blue Wave beach, and great walk-able neighborhoods. 

Pretty nice digs. I imagine he wanted out of OHIO after getting canned. He had a $35 million, five-year contract with the Cavs, so he should be ok. 

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