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Convicted Former Football Player Aaron Hernandez $1.5 Million Massachusetts Home

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison last year. We say all that to say, he doesn’t really need his $1.5 million North Attleboro, MA home.

The house was actually a forced sale as part of a civil lawsuit that was filed against him after his conviction.

Homicidal vibes notwithstanding, it is a pretty nice crib according to Realtor

Built in 2007, the brick Colonial has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a two-story entry, and an open floor plan. The master suite sports a balcony, fireplace, and wet bar, according to the listing.

The chef’s kitchen features granite countertops and Wolf appliances. There’s also a sunroom off the dining room, an in-ground pool, and a finished basement with a home theater, bar, and workout space.

Flip the page a few times to see how Aaron was living when he wasn’t catching passes…and bodies.

Images via Realtor/AP



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