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Matt Patricia's former Wrentham home
Matt Patricia's former Wrentham home. RE/MAX Real Estate Center

When Matt Patricia left his position with the New England Patriots to become head coach in Detroit, he also vacated his Wrentham home.

That four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom house remains up for sale for nearly $700,000.

While the residence may attract Patriots fans interested in seeing where defensive coordinator once lived, real estate agent Connie Wigmore of Re/Max Real Estate Center said she doesn’t automatically tell interested buyers who the seller is.

Patricia bought the home back in May 2013 for $625,000. It’s just a 10-minute drive from Gillette Stadium, according to realtor.com.

“We’ve had very good interest in the house,” Wigmore said. “It’s a very unique home.”

The “unique” aspect is the character that’s different from more traditionally styled New England homes, according to Wigmore.

“It’s similar to a home you’d see on a mountain in Colorado,” she said, adding that the “wide pine floors” help with that aesthetic.

On first glance, the exterior of the home does give off a cozy cottage-like feel. That extends inside with not only the pine floors Wigmore mentioned, but the exposed wood trim around the windows and a stone fireplace in the family room.

Aside from those rustic elements, the home does have its fair share of glamour, like a walk-in closet that’s likely the size of an average bedroom plus a large glass-tile shower.

There are many elements that would make entertaining in the home easy, Wigmore said.

“The deck on the back of the house goes the entire length of the house,” she said. “Half is covered, half is not, and it has a built-in grill, a sink, and a refrigerator.”

The kitchen includes a breakfast bar that can seat six to eight. Plus there’s a guest suite on the first floor with its own bathroom, she said.

The biggest addition Patricia made to the home was a propane-powered generator that automatically turns on when the power goes out, Wigmore said. Other than that, there were just some minor cosmetic changes.

“It’s Wrentham, it’s a dead-end street, so it’s great for families,” Wigmore said.

The home also sits on Mill Pond where residents can go canoeing. 

Though there’s already four bedrooms, Wigmore said it’s possible to add more — the walkout basement is unfinished and already has plumbing in place for an additional bathroom, she said.

“It’s a very well-thought-out home,” she said.

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