Buy Andy Reid’s Boring Suburban Philly Pad – $2.3 Million [PHOTOS]




Andy Reid is cutting his last ties to Philadelphia. The Kansas City Chiefs head coach, who was fired by the Eagles after the 2012 season, is finally selling his rather boring home in suburban Philly for $2.3 million.

Reid won 130 games during his 14 seasons in Philly. However, he was never able to bring the Lombardi Trophy home. Instead, Reid likely spent cold February evenings curled up with a case of Tastykakes near one of the home’s two built-in fireplaces.

Predictably, there is no pool. The home does have a rear deck, landscaped lawn and garden and an eat-in-kitchen with high-end appliances.

Remember the yard sale Reid held at a local high school in May 2013? All of that stuff likely once occupied space inside the many closet organizers of this Main Line home.

If you can come up with the 20 percent down ($460,000), you can own Big Red’s old digs for just $9,060 a month for the next 30 years.

Highlights of Andy Reid’s Villanova, Pa. House:

• 5 bedrooms, 4 Full and 2 Half Baths

• 8,074-square-feet

• 2.4 miles to 7th Heaven gentlemen’s club (aka – “The Conshohocken Ballet”)

• 6.6 miles from Whole Foods (features a taco truck on its roof in the summer)

• 8 miles from Mama’s Pizzeria (sneaky good, huge cheesesteaks)

[Andy Reid’s Main Line House Is for Sale — PhillyMag / Main Line Executive Realty]

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