Coaching Legend Pat Summitt’s Knoxville Lake House Is For Sale And It Has All The Fixings Of An Ultimate Bro Pad


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]

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