Andy Reid’s Main Line House Is for Sale

The former Eagles head coach has put his Villanova home on the market for $2.3 million.

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Detail photo of Andy Reid’s Villanova house via Main Line Executive Realty, Inc.

Andy Reid must be settling in as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, as he’s finally decided to sell his private Main Line home at the end of a cul-de-sac in Villanova. Built in 1999, the home has several standout details: two fireplaces, an office with built-in shelving, finished basement and third floor, and closets with storage systems. From a practical standpoint, the house has a generator and a heated driveway and front walkway, making snow removal a breeze.

A secluded back deck leads to lovely grounds — more than spacious enough for a game of touch football. Gallery below.


THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 5
Baths: 5
Square feet: 8,074
Price: $2.3 million




Photos via Main Line Executive Realty, Inc.

• Listing: 1215 Page Terrace, Villanova, PA [Main Line Executive Realty, Inc.]

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  • Denise Rambo

    OMG! The interior is hideous! That kitchen! And that blue nook looks like the walls were ragged. The only thing saving it is all the built-ins. There’s a REALLY inappropriate comment I could make but I’ll keep it to myself.

    • kimada

      Agree. I would never have necessarily thought the Reids would have really good taste, but who would have thought it would be THIS bad! Can’t imagine anyone buying this and not doing a major renovation.

  • Bill

    That kitchen looks well used…maybe worn out? A lot of food prepared?

  • muffin_artist

    The kitchen is so mismatched (too many different types of cabinets and countertops), but then, so is every other room.

  • Jim Albert

    With an asking price of more than $2 million you would think the realtor could have hired a professional photographer to take some good images. These images are horrible to say the least.

    • Val Patterson

      I felt the same way. I’d like to say that maybe these are temporary photos for the MLS, but even if that’s the case, it would have been better to wait until the professional photos were ready to launch the property. Only one chance to make a first impression.

    • syl1969

      I really don’t think professional photos would have made any difference. Ugly is ugly!

  • syl1969

    The nicest thing about the interior of this house are the closets! Perfect example of money – no taste! Denise is right – it is hideous! Looks like they could never make up their minds about anything!!! ugh

  • ICDogg

    Whoever buys that place probably will have to spend a half a million redecorating it before they even move in furniture.

  • ICDogg

    Worst room for me is that room with the fireplace and all of the clashing patterns. But there were a lot to choose from.

  • Lovey

    Outside is nice, but then…………

  • dnabrice

    This place is a disaster. No wonder Reid could never manage the clock….He was so thrown off by the decorating scheme in his house. If only “Sconces” (i.e. Cary Williams) had showed up a few years prior and provided some decorating advice, we might have a SB…..

  • http://batman-news.com PPABootsquadVinnie

    Watch out when sitting on the couch cushions, you might sit on a needle.

  • birdgang

    The kitchen and bedrooms look like a bad comedy standup stage. Or the musem in demolition man.

  • Patricia Jarozynski

    wow.. just wow… talk about bad taste, those paint schemes are absolutely horrific

  • Cindy

    I can only hope he took his designer with him. What a mess!!!!

  • nwilder

    I got kinda nauseous looking at the interior treatments here. The Interior Designer needs to be jailed for this-OMG eeeeuwww !!!