Former Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer just finished up a stellar season in Milwaukee.
After parting ways with the Hawks in 2018 and landing a head gig with the Milwaukee Bucks, Budenholzer helped lead the team to the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals and was named Coach of the Year this week.
But between leaving the Hawks in April 2018 and signing a four-year contract to lead the Bucks one month later, Budenholzer didn’t have a ton of downtime to tie up all of his loose ends in the Peach State.
It now appears Budenholzer is ready to close out his tab in the ATL. The off-season is here, and he’s listed his mansion in Atlanta‘s Morningside neighborhood for $2.4 million.
The exterior of the home is reminiscent of the French countryside, with stone detail and rich, Mahogany-colored doors. It has a bit of that storybook feel buyers have become enamored with.
By contrast, the interior embodies modern luxury with curved entryways and crisp, light finishes. The three-level house comes with six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
Luxe amenities include top-of-the-line appliances in the kitchen as well as a variety of custom flourishes in the bathrooms and bedrooms. However, the terrace level truly sets this house apart. It’s the ultimate man cave. It’s probably the place where NBA games were dissected and watched and where Budenholzer and his assistant coaches relaxed after a winning road trip.
There’s a game room complete with wet bar, media room, and walk-out access to the backyard, which is an oasis in itself.
The house offers the perfect antidote to a sweltering Atlanta evening: a saltwater pool. There’s also a screened veranda complete with outdoor fireplace and entertainment, and an outdoor kitchen. There’s also a spa, and the manicured garden adds a sweet touch.
Budenholzer, 49, served as an assistant coach with the San Antonio Spurs for nearly two decades before being named the Hawks head coach in 2013. After four playoff appearances in five seasons with the Hawks, he and the team mutually parted ways last year. His recent recognition as Coach of the Year for the 2018-19 season marks the second time he’s won the award.
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