It’s been exactly one month since coaching icon Pat Summitt passed away after being diagnosed with Alzheimers–an irreversible brain disease–five years prior.
The Hall of Fame coach left behind a legacy that consists of eight National Championships, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. She also left behind a dope ass Knoxville, Tennessee lake house.
The 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom house has recently hit the market for $1.225 million, and includes a game room, a recreation room, a pool and hot tub, and outdoor kitchen, and a full outdoor pavilion with a stone fireplace.
Check out the estate here, pictures courtesy of the realtor:
[h/t Busted Coverage]