The former Utah Jazz head coach had listed his home for $12.75 million in July 2022, eventually dropping the price to just under $10 million. In the end, the house sold on the market for $7.75 million.
Yes, the buyer purchased the luxury condo for about 40 percent below the original asking price.
The eight-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom home sits on more than 12,000 square feet on two-thirds of an acre. So, did the new homeowner get a great deal? Judge for yourself.
This luxury home is nestled in a quiet, private neighbourhood with breathtaking mountain views. The main living space boasts huge floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase the natural beauty of this gated property. The gorgeous home office and dining room-library combo boasts an abundance of built-ins.
The nearby kitchen, accessible from the surrounding open rooms, features a large island, wet bar, pantry and breakfast area. The master bedroom has a separate entrance, dressing area, patio and walk-in wardrobe. The luxurious master bathroom features a steam shower and soaking tub.
Other amenities include a game and recreation room, home gym, sauna, children's bunk room, and additional space on the top floor that the new owners can transform into anything they want. There is even a lift to all three main floors, plus a laundry room and a nanny suite with a terrace.
Outside, there are gardens, pathways, a spectacular saltwater infinity pool, balconies with fireplaces, covered terraces, a sports/kickball court and putting green. There is also a five-car garage.
Snyder resigned after the 2022 season after eight years with the Jazz and six playoff appearances. But he wasn't off the court for long. in February 2023, Snyder accepted a job offer from the Hawks. Snyder's coaching stint in Atlanta was actually a homecoming - before joining the Jazz, Snyder served as an assistant coach with the Hawks for the 2013-2014 season.