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See the Home Terrapins Basketball Coach Mark Turgeon Sold for $2.5 Million

No basketball court, but plenty of sports relics.

All photographs via MRIS.

Looks like last night’s tournament exit isn’t University of Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon’s only recent loss. After putting his Chevy Chase home on the market for $2.65 million last year, he ended up settling for $150,000 under list when the six-bed, seven-bath home went for $2.5 million at the end of last year—and that’s a $50,000 decrease from Turgeon’s 2011 purchase price, according to property records.

Take a look inside the four-level craftsman home below. Naturally, basketball paraphernalia abounds—don’t miss the basement’s framed jersey and photos from Turgeon’s days playing for the University of Kansas, and the “Maryland Pride” banner in one of the bedrooms.