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Ed Cooley Puts His R.I. Home for Sale After Taking Georgetown Job

  • The 5,800 square-foot home features four bedrooms and six bathrooms.
  • Cooley led the Providence men's basketball program for 12 seasons.
Ed Cooley puts home for Sale.
Courtesy of Residential Properties.

After landing his new men’s basketball head coaching job at Georgetown, Ed Cooley is selling his house in Rhode Island.

The 5800-square-foot home is in an exclusive “The Woods” subdivision. The home sports four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The East Greenwich, Rhode Island home is listed for $1.9 million. 

The property has a two-story foyer that features hardwood floors. The first floor also features a game room, an office, and a full bathroom with an extra wide shower.

A sunroom leads to the resort-like backyard, which includes a hot tub, swimming pool with a cabana with a full bathroom, and extra wide shower. There is also an outdoor kitchen grill, a fire pit and a three-hole putting green.

Cooley recently left his hometown college Providence, after 12 seasons. He led the Friars to seven NCAA Tournaments, including a trip to the Sweet 16.

He is expected to climb the list of the highest-paid men’s college basketball coaches list after reportedly agreeing to a $6 million per year deal with the Hoyas.

Cooley replaces Georgetown legend Patrick Ewing, who was fired after six seasons and one NCAA Tournament appearance. Ewing just won 28 Big East games during his tenure.

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