For a guy who made his name as the hard-nosed coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bill Cowher’s taste in real estate is incredibly refined. The Super Bowl champ is selling his stylish home in Charlotte, NC, for $2.4 million.
From its refined interiors to the immaculately manicured lawns, the property is definitely not the television-lined man cave one might expect.
Built in 2008, the four-bedroom, 4.5-bath stately home sits on the 18th fairway of the Oaks at North Ridge Country Club. Cowher attended North Carolina State University and has maintained roots in the area.
The home’s more than 6,000 square feet of interiors are traditional but modern, painted in cool gray and white with beautiful, hardwood floors, tall, coffered ceilings, built-ins, and much more.
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The home’s other luxe features include wrap-around porches, a fitness room, butler’s pantry—and a dog courtyard and dog spa.
Cowher purchased the home in 2007 for just over $1 million, the year he retired from the NFL. Since becoming an NFL analyst for CBS, Cowher has embraced his new life, and new love, in New York City.
"I’m a full-fledged New Yorker, Cowher told Newsday late last year. "That’s something I never thought I would say. People ask me where I’m from, and I go, ‘New York City.’"
He started commuting between NYC and this home in Charlotte, but later met and married his second wife, shifting his home base to the Big Apple. He married Veronica in 2014, a musician known also known as Queen V.
Cowher, now in his 60s, was the coach of the Super Bowl XL champion Pittsburgh Steelers and voted the Associated Press NFL coach of the year during his 15 seasons with the team.
Cowher might have left Charlotte and Pittsburgh behind, but his transition to New York City offers a buyer the opportunity to snap up this stylish Charlotte home perfect for family, friends, and plenty of four-legged friends.
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