Seems coach Bill Belichick just can't quit New England. The football legend just closed on second home out on Nantucket for $4.8 million.

Belichick has owned a multi-house compound off Shell Street in Sconset since the mid-1980's and has been growing it over the last four decades.

Now he seems to be the proud owner of a four-bedroom, 2,854 square foot home much closer to downtown Nantucket.

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The Nantucket Currant recently reported that the home at 45 Fair Street was purchased on May 8, 2024 by a limited liability company registered to a William S. Belichick, of Hingham, where the famed coach owns yet another New England home.

This stunning new estate is certainly smaller than his compound on the eastern end of the island, but it's also much closer to all the downtown dining and nightlife.

In fact, his new home is only five minutes from the massive mansion recently purchased by Barstool Sports founder David Portnoy.

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While chances are Belichick isn't going to be inviting Portnoy over for drinks, his new home does have plenty of places for guests to crash.

The four bedrooms include a private guest suite and double twin beds, perfect for the legendary coach's growing grandkids.

Plus the open floor plan on the main level keeps the guests together for plenty of family fun.

It may not be the priciest property on this often high-end island, but it is an elegant estate for sure.

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