The former Tigers boss is now leading a real reclamation project in the Midwest—he was hired as the head coach of the hapless Kansas Jayhawks squad in November 2018.
Described as “California Cool” in the listing, the home is just a year old and located on a prime corner lot in an area called The Settlement at Willow Grove. Sophisticated and striking, the 4,300-square-foot residence comes with four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
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The main living area features floor-to-ceiling windows, which showcase the L-shaped pool and cabana out back. The roomy corner lot allows for plenty of parking, making this home an ideal spot for high-end entertaining and casual gatherings.
After LSU let him go in September 2016, Miles sat on the sidelines for a couple of seasons. While he was between teams, he scored an acting job in the movie “The Challenger Disaster,” slated for release in 2019. The coach recently shared a taste of his cinematic chops on Twitter.
The Challenger Distaster trailer is live! For sale on iTunes https://t.co/nO5ulJ6sbm
— Les Miles (@CoachLesMiles) December 24, 2018
Now that he’s settling down in Lawrence, KS, Miles is busy finalizing his staff and recruiting for the Jayhawks. He says his short time in Kansas has already been great.
“I’m having as much fun as anybody should be allowed to have,” Miles told ESPN last month.
There’s just one loose end to tie up in Louisiana: the sale of his home.
With his acting, coaching, and keen eye for real estate, Miles is clearly a man of many talents. Maybe a little of his charm has rubbed off on the place and will bring its lucky new owners a bit of fame, fortune, and a few wins of their very own.