As 2019 comes to a close, it’s time to look back on some of the best celebrity houses we’ve had this year. From Meryl Streep’s New York penthouse to Halsey’s modern retreat, the celebrity listings were seemingly endless this year. But for now, let’s tackle American sports stars– we’re talking NFL athletes. Jordan Reed’s Virginian mansion, Rob Gronkowski’s bachelor pad, and Tom Brady’s family home are just a few touchdowns Homes.com scored this year. Let’s see if your favorite made the 2019 list of the ten best homes sold by NFL players.
Antonio Brown’s Alamo Ranch
The Alamo, CA home that was where famous NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown lived during his time with the Oakland Raiders was listed earlier this year for $3.4 million. The one-story home has a mid-century contemporary style and sits on more than an acre of land. The 3,506-square-foot property also includes a guest house in addition to the six bedrooms and bathrooms it offers. Amenities of the home include a three-car garage, heated pool, sauna, and an outdoor living room with a fireplace. With a recent price reduction, the home can now be yours for $3.22 million.
Tom Brady’s $34 Million Boston Mansion
The New England Patriots’ star quarterback, Tom Brady, listed his Massachusetts home in August this year for $34 million. The 9,716-square-foot property sits on more than five acres of land and even includes an expansive driveway big enough for 20 cars, yup, you read that right. In addition to the luxurious size of the home, it even includes two kitchens, a pool, and a private backyard. The home has since been sold, but you can still take a tour of this luxe listing at our blog.
Listed in Leesburg, VA is Jordan Reed’s estate for $2.7 million. The Washington Redskins tight end listed the home in November hoping to lure in a buyer with the massive home’s luxurious amenities. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom property is more than 9,600 square feet and sits beautifully on three acres of land. With the inclusion of a saltwater pool, Sub Zero appliances in the kitchen, a wine cellar, theater, and gym, there’s not much this NFL player’s home doesn’t have.
The black-and-white contemporary retreat that Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger listed in August was the place he and his family called home for many years. Since moving into a newly built home, he listed this Hampton, PA property for almost $2.3 million, which has since been bought. The home included eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a two-story kitchen, a home theater, and a golf simulator. The backyard even includes a heated pool and jacuzzi, perfect for the Pittsburgh weather.
The legendary Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco listed his Reisterstown, Maryland home for sale in May of this year for $1.6 million. The home fell under contract pretty quickly, just days after being listed, due to its prime location in a private community. Sitting on a little over an acre of land, the home includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The former quarterback’s home is an entertainer’s paradise which includes a double staircase, a furnished basement, and a multi-level living room.
The Boston penthouse that was home to the New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski hit the market this year at a cool $2.38 million. Although the home sold just under asking, at an even $2.3 million, it’s still an interesting look into how “Gronk” himself lived as one of the top NFL athletes. The industrial-style suite was decked out in sports gear, even framing his own jersey in the kitchen which included Viking appliances. While the penthouse was only 2,100 square feet, it including luxurious views over the city.
This beachfront property listed by the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback is a remodeled contemporary home with a private boardwalk to Jacksonville Beach. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home is the perfect size for any family looking to escape to the Florida sun and live in the lap of luxury. While it’s currently pending a sale, we’re still in awe at the jaw-dropping amenities which include a wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, and endless views of the ocean.
Redskins running back, Adrian Peterson, listed his home in The Woodlands, Texas at the start of the year for $4.7 million, $3.8 million less than what he had originally listed it for in 2016. The contemporary mansion features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and five half-bathrooms. Luxury amenities include a spacious living area, a game and entertainment room, a wine cellar, and even a library. Perfect for entertaining, the home even has two outdoor kitchens and a pool with a wet bar.
Football legend, Frank Gore, listed his Davie, Florida mansion just around Thanksgiving this year. The property, a lakefront home with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, features a contemporary Mediterranean style. Outdoors you can find a half basketball court, a pool with a spa, and an outdoor kitchen. In addition to the home’s beautiful exterior, inside you can find a game room, movie theater, and decked-out gourmet kitchen.
Another Texas home, Cowboys offensive tackle, Tyron Smith, listed his Frisco, Texas home in November of this year. Selling for $2.6 million, the contemporary abode has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and is almost 7,000 square feet. The property is located in a gated community and features a fully upgraded kitchen, modern bathroom, expansive walk-in closets, and an entertainment space.