Looking inside this lavish former mansion – with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms - owned by Michigan State University basketball coach Tom Izzo, you might start to wonder why he moved to a different location just a stone’s throw away.

On a little cul-de-sac just a tad west of Lake Lansing, Tom and his family lived and owned this home from 2000 to 2010. While still at this address in 2007, Tom bought a new home just around the corner - an 8,044 square foot mansion that set him back approximately $2,025,000.

Looking at the photos inside his former home, why would he wanna leave it? It has a great room for relaxation with a fireplace and large windows that face the back woods. The dining area is right next to it, again facing the woods. There’s a gorgeous redwood kitchen, a room for games & entertaining and plenty more.

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Just off the kitchen is a more formal dining room. There are also ample bedrooms, sunken bathtub, office, awesome lower level, large deck that overlooks the woods, and more....amazingly, it cost less than one million bucks.

Tom continues his success as MSU’s head basketball coach, almost thirty years after he began in 1995.

He holds the record for being the coach with the most wins in school history.
None of his teams ever had a losing season.
He set a record for the longest home court winning streak.
He is the longest-tenured coach in the Big Ten.

Now here is your chance to see his former home and see how one of the most famous basketball coaches of all time lived...and lives.

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