In September, Patricia led the Lions to a 26-10 victory over his former team—his first win as a head coach. The same month, he put his four-bedroom, four-bath home in Wrentham, MA, on the market for $700,000.
For a Patriots fan, the house is ideally located just 10 minutes from Gillette Stadium.
The front door opens to a simple, double-height foyer and staircase.
The ground floor includes an updated kitchen with a tile floor, wraparound island, and industrial-style, wire rack butcher block. There’s also a cozy breakfast nook, stainless-steel appliances, and tiled backsplash.
The living room has a fireplace with a floor-to-ceiling river rock facade, and a floating mantel with carved woodland creatures. The ground floor also has a formal dining room with French doors to the deck.
The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and master bath.
Outside, the wraparound deck has a built-in barbecue, bar, and dining area. The backyard has a children’s play area with swings and slides.
Patricia, 44, joined the Patriots in 2004 as an assistant coach, and took over as the team’s defensive coordinator in 2012. He helped the team to three Super Bowl championships, during the 2004, 2014, and 2016 seasons.
In Detroit, he replaced head coach Jim Caldwell, who was fired after a disappointing 2017 season.
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