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Which NFL All-Pro Running Back Lives In This Million-Dollar Mansion
It’s fitting that this mid-west footballer’s new mansion has its own hollow. According to the Chicago Tribune, this NFL tailback recently scored a stately French-Normandy-style home in Mettawa, IL. The move comes after he parted ways with his longtime Vernon Hills home in January for $735,000.
He paid $1.47 million for the 6,062-square-foot home, which offers a total of 5 bedrooms, 6 ½ baths and 4 fireplaces. Located roughly 45 minutes north of Solider Field, his new digs boasts boasts luxe appointments ranging from coffered ceilings to rosewood hardwood floors to various custom fixtures and built-ins. However, we’re much more interested in his new man cave, which, on paper, sounds pretty awesome. We’ll let the listing take it away:
A curving staircase leads to the spectacular marble-floored lower level presenting an expansive recreation/game room faced in stone and accented with a massive stone fireplace, a fully equipped bar, well-appointed media room, a generous fifth bedroom suite with stunning bath, and ample storage.
It’s a sweet man cave setup, but is it the best? Surveying other athlete man caves we’ve seen over the years, this ballers mantuary is on par with Derek Dooley’s man space, which goes deep with a football ottoman, wet bar and theater, and Greg Jennings’ wet bar-putting green combo.
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