The Shaka Smart House: Champion Among NCAA Coaches!

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March is a time of great excitement. Brackets are busted, dreams shattered! One busy weekend segues into another, with only the best surviving. And yet, the question remains: Which NCAA coach has the fairest house of them all?

On the basketball arena, Shaka Smart’s Longhorns lost on a last-second half-court heave in the first round. (Truly, the video is worth a watch.) 

So what was Shaka to do? If you look at his home, he certainly had a nice set of loveseats to pout on; maybe a soak in the tub, or a swim in the pool?

No! Shaka’s chin was up: his Austin estate was vying for best NCAA coach’s house in the nation, going against the likes of Cal’s Cuonzo Martin, Villanova’s Jay Wright and Miami’s Jim Larrañaga. 

The winner: the Shaka Smart house, the #2 seed out of Austin! Not only is his house beautiful, but, according to Redfin Estimate, it was also a good investment: it’s currently valued at $2.635M.

That’s good form, coach. Real good form!

Which coach’s house is your favorite? What do you love about Shaka’s home? Tell us on FacebookTwitter or in the comments below. And if you’re thinking of buying or selling a home, be sure to get in touch with our local Redfin real estate agents, or check out what’s on the market on Redfin.com.

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Alex provides journalists with the information they need for their stories. Prior to joining Redfin, he was a freelance writer who wrote extensively on the ins and outs of condo purchasing. He also covered luxury goods, with a minor in book reviews. He lives in Chicago and is lucky enough to be able to walk to work. Redfin is a full-service real estate brokerage that uses modern technology to make clients smarter and faster. For more information about working with a Redfin real estate agent to buy or sell a home, visit our "Why Redfin?," page.

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