Former West Virginia Head Coach Dana Holgorsen’s 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom, 7,733 square foot home in Cheat Lake has finally sold.
The home has been listed on the market since February 8, 2019, shortly after Holgorsen left West Virginia University for his new position at Houston. The Cheat Lake home was initially listed at 2.95 million, but the price dropped to 2.5 million in May of last year and then re-listed at 2.7 million in August.
Since then, the home has sat empty and Holgorsen was obviously ready to move on from his time in Morgantown because according to Zillow, the house sold this week for $2.1 million, which is $850,000 less than the initial asking price.
Although many people find the home unappealing, it sits on 3.62 acres of land and is modern, sleek and straight out of Frank Lloyd Wright’s “organic architecture” design method. Wright’s philosophy was centered around promoting harmony between human habitation and the natural world. The home, located at 214 Mystic Drive in Morgantown, absolutely accomplished this and more. It’s truly a piece of art.
In addition, the smell of cheap whiskey fills the air within the home and all drains are clogged with the hair of the former West Virginia head coach.
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