Quin Snyder Lists Utah Home for $12.75 Million

SALT LAKE CITY – Former Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder has register your house in Millcreek for the staggering sum of $12.75 million.

Snyder resigned from his post in June after spending eight seasons overseeing the Jazz.

The house was listed on Tuesday and offers an impressive array of luxury amenities.

According to the listing, the eight-bedroom, ten-bathroom home was built in 2018 and features a saltwater infinity pool with waterfall, sports and pickleball court and putting green.

The Snyder House is 12,383 square feet and includes a five-plus-car garage with a basketball standard. The house has an elevator to reach its separate floors.

The estimated mortgage payment for the house is $64,383 per month.

Snyder’s history with jazz

Before selling his home and leaving Utah, Snyder had been the Jazz’s head coach since 2014 when he replaced longtime Jazzman Tyrone Corbin.

The team’s second-highest earning coach, Snyder, trails only Hall of Famer Jerry Sloan in career wins with the Jazz.

The former Duke point guard has a coaching record of 372-264 with three first-round playoff wins. The Jazz finished as the fifth seed in the Western Conference with a 49-33 record last season.

After entering the season with the expectation of a long playoff streak, the Jazz were eliminated by the Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the playoffs.

Snyder’s name had been linked to other potential openings around the NBA, including the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers.

“After eight years, I think it’s time to move on,” Snyder said in a statement. “I needed to take the time to detach myself after the season and make sure it was the right decision.”

In late June, the Jazz announced that it had hired newcomer Will Hardy to replace Snyder as the team’s head coach.