Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris is selling his giant cube house in South Tampa

The home of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris is now on the market, and it's absolutely great if you love solid geometry.

Located at 2515 W. Shell Point Rd., the 4,273-square-foot home comes with five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and is a modern monolith of glass and stone. Built in 1993, and upgraded to the teeth, the home features red oak and granite floors,  a fenced-in courtyard, an indoor hot tub, and an infinity pool with a reflection pond, a six-foot wine cooler, and an outdoor kitchen, to name a few.

Morris is currently the defensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons, but he's served many roles with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 2002, including defensive backs coach and defensive coordinator. Morris was named head coach in 2009 after Jon Gruden was fired, and served two seasons at the helm  finishing with an overall 13-19 record.

The home is currently asking $1,500,000, and the listing agents are Stacey Ross and Tom Settles of PinPoint Realty Group.

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Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris is selling his giant cube house in South Tampa
Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris is selling his giant cube house in South Tampa
Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris is selling his giant cube house in South Tampa
Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris is selling his giant cube house in South Tampa
Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris is selling his giant cube house in South Tampa

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