Bob Stoops Cuts Down Price of Oklahoma House to $1.65 Million
Bob Stoops, head coach of Oklahoma Sooners football team has further slashed the price of his Berkley Park house to $1.65 million from $2.1 million.
Stoops is determined to sell the property as he has cut the price of the 6,200-square-foot last year on several occasions.
The house, built in 2002, is described as a perfect blend of "Old world elegance" and "modern convenience," according to the Realtor. It has two master suites and amazing five bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, three living rooms and three fireplaces.
The Norman, OK., house also boasts of stained concrete floors, vaulted ceilings and various built-ins; while amenities range from a gourmet kitchen to a wood-finished office. It also has a poolside cabana that is beautified with a fireplace, flat screen TV and an outdoor kitchen.
Selling and buying properties has been on Stoops' priority list for a long time now. In August 2012, he bought himself a mansion similar to a castle in Oklahoma.
The 53-year-old is married to Carol Stoops, who is a successful Mary Kay National Sales Director. The couple has three children, daughter Mackenzie, and twin sons, Isaac and Drake.
Stoops is the only head coach in the Bowl Championship Series era to win the Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and the Sugar Bowl. During the 2000 season, he coached the Sooners to an Orange Bowl victory and a national championship.
Stoops built a close relation with Steve Spurrier, his mentor from the University of Florida. He described Spurrier as the greatest college head coach.