It’s been a rough couple of seasons for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After finishing the 2018 NFL season with a 5-11 record, head coach Dirk Koetter was made to walk the plank.
The waterfront home in the posh Beach Park neighborhood is already pending sale, so Koetter’s all set to make a clean break from the area.
Built in 2016, the bay-facing custom home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. Modern, light, and airy, the home features an abundance of windows with views of the bay and neighboring St. Petersburg.
A chef’s kitchen features stainless-steel appliances and an oversize island, and it flows into a spacious living room.
Bathrooms are minimalist and sleek, with white marble countertops and bright white cabinets. The master suite is the icing on top of this tropical oasis though. It’s spacious and delivers on privacy while still offering amazing views. The bedroom leads to a separate sitting room, which leads to a set of French doors, which open to a private balcony.
This location is perfect for a little play as well, with a boat dock, pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, and a fire pit. Break out the burgers.
The home also offers proximity to Tampa International Airport, as well as the International and Westshore malls. It’s also fairly close to downtown Tampa, which has a riverwalk, arts and theater scene, and an array of restaurants and bars.
Koetter, 59, was the head coach of the Buccaneers for three seasons. His rookie campaign in 2016 was the high point, as the team finished with a record of 9-7. After his second straight 5-11 season, Koetter was fired at the end of the 2018 campaign.