Former Cal Golden Bears women’s basketball head coach Lindsay Gottlieb made history this summer as the first women’s collegiate head coach hired by the coaching staff of an NBA team.
Now that’s she’s joined the Cleveland Cavaliers as an assistant coach, Gottlieb is ready to move on from her Oakland, CA, home. The Mediterranean-style mansion just landed on the market for $1.3 million.
She picked up the beautifully appointed home in the foothills for $1.2 million in 2014, during her Cal coaching stint.
Built in the 1920s, the 4,210-square-foot home has been tastefully updated over the years. A dramatic footbridge leads to the arched doorway, and the foyer is graced with an arched staircase.
The multistory home offers San Francisco Bay views from every floor, as well as the two outdoor decks and the “entertainment-ready” backyard.
The home has six bedrooms and 3.5 baths. It also comes with an in-law unit with a separate entrance.
The spacious living and dining rooms are adjoined by a chef’s kitchen, which is equipped with an island with bar seating. The lower level features bonus space, which could be turned into a media room or playroom, with French doors that open to the grassy backyard.
Gottlieb, 42, served as the head coach for the University of California women’s basketball team from 2011 until this summer, compiling a record of 179-89. In June, the Cavs made a “landmark appointment” when they tapped her to join their revamped coaching staff. The Scarsdale, NY, native and Brown grad led the Golden Bears to their first Final Four in school history.
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