Nathaniel Hackett, former Packers offensive coordinator, has sold his Ledgeview house for $1.55 million
LEDGEVIEW – Nathaniel Hackett, the new head coach of the Denver Broncos and former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator, sold his house at 1741 Limestone Trail for $1.55 million.
Hackett paid $1.21 million for the house in 2019, according to Brown County land records.
Photos of the house can be seen here.
The 6,035-square-foot house sits on just over 1 acre. It has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. It includes a four-car garage, a walk-out lower level with theater room, rec room with wet bar and exercise room.
Hackett was hired as Packers offensive coordinator in 2019. The Packers were the NFL's highest-scoring offense in 2020.
Before joining the Packers, Hackett coached for Tampa Bay, Buffalo and Jacksonville in the NFL, and for UC-Davis, Stanford and Syracuse in the NCAA.
Hackett was hired by Denver at the end of the 2021 season. Joining him in Denver are former Packers tight end coach Justin Outten as his offensive coordinator and offensive lineman Billy Turner.
Other former Packers with houses on the market include:
- Ruvell Martin, coach, 3957 Garrett St., Ledgeview, listed at $679,900. Property has a contingent offer, according to Realtor.com. Martin left coaching.
- Za'Darius Smith, linebacker, 2919 Shelter Creek Court, Green Bay, listed at $699,000. Smith now is with the Minnesota Vikings.
- Billy Turner, offensive lineman, 7810 Altmeyer Drive, Ledgeview, listed at $485,000. Property has a contingent offer, according to Realtor.com.
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