Tyronn Lue is leaving Northeast Ohio.
And he's leaving behind his $4.3 million house.
According to Realtor.com, the Cleveland Cavaliers head coach has listed his mansion in Bay Village with an asking price of $4.3 million. The asking price without the additional buildable lot runs a little bit cheaper at $3.49 million.
The 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom house, which is located at 24524 Lake Rd. is described on Realtor.com as "one of the finest waterfront homes Northeast Ohio offers."
"Absolutely no expense spared inside and out," the listing continues. "This extraordinary home is truly an entertainer's dream home! Built with exceptional quality and crafted with the finest materials that you have to see to appreciate. Smart home technology built into the finest audio/video and security systems. Chef's dream kitchen with 2 islands, 2 Subzero refrigerators, full-sized Subzero wine cooler, Miele double ovens, built-in Miele steamer & coffee machine, Thermador pro gas range, electric range, beverage coolers, ice machine, multiple sinks plus a pasta faucet, and a butler's pantry with more."
Although Lue's name doesn't officially appear on the listing, public records and the NBA jerseys all over home's walls link the property to Lue, who coached the Cavs to the 2016 NBA championship. A 12-year NBA veteran, Lue earned $21 million over the course of his playing career and signed a 5-year, $35 million deal with Cleveland to become the team's head coach in 2016.
Despite being fired in October, Lue will earn the remaining salary left on that contract. And if his house happens to sell at or near its asking price, he'll have a couple more million coming his way.