U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside

Even though he moved to Ann Arbor in 2015 to coach the Wolverines at the University of Michigan, former San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh kept his Bay Area mansion — until now. According to the Los Angeles Times, the home recently sold for $11.78 after less than a year on the market — nearly double the $6.3 million Harbaugh paid in 2012. The 8,500-square-foot home has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, as well as a guest house with its own kitchen and attached gym. The 1.3-acre site also includes a pool and fire pit.

Realtor.com only shared a few photos from inside the mansion, but scrolling through them, it's perhaps clear why Harbaugh held onto the home for so long.
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U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
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U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
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U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
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U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
Realtor.com
U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
Realtor.com
U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
Realtor.com
U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
Realtor.com
U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
Realtor.com
U-M coach Jim Harbaugh finally sold his California mansion — let’s take a peek inside
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