Former Northwestern Coach Sells Wilmette Home at a Loss

Bill Carmody, who was fired last year as basketball coach, got $1.28 million for the home.


Former Northwestern University basketball coach Bill Carmody sold his Wilmette home last week for $1.28 million, which is 13 percent less than he and his wife bought it for in 2000, Crain’s Chicago Business reports.

The 5,200-square-foot-home had “layout flaws,” the agent told Crain’s. The home, built in 1919, sold for $1.45 million in 2000, according to its listing on Zillow.

Carmody was fired last year after 13 seasons yielded no trips to the NCAA tournament.

You can read the full Crain’s story here.

And you can see pictures of the home on Zillow here.


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