Dan Snyder Lists $49M Mansion Sending Commanders Fans Into A State Of Jubilation

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Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder has listed his Potomac mansion. The news has many supporters of the organization jumping for joy.

The longtime owner is rumored to be selling the Commanders, and this could be the final step in his exit. Fans are posting reactions online in response to recent listing.

The 30,000 square foot riverfront mansion is valued at $49 million and sits on a 15-acre lot. It boasts five bedrooms and 10 bathrooms to go along with a gym, spa, study, wine cellar, and movie theater.

Spiral staircases lead visitors through the four-story home while wrap-around verandas give those on-site 360-degree views of the 18th-century landscaping.

This is music to the ears of Commanders fans who’ve grown frustrated with Dan Snyder over the years. Much like the mansion, Washington fans hope the team is on the market soon, too.

There are certainly suitors. Those interested in purchasing the Commanders include Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and 76ers owner Josh Harris.

The news of the Snyder’s home listing has many online reacting.

One person exclaimed, “It’s finally happening!”

Another said, “I can’t believe I’m alive to see this day.”

Dan Snyder’s plan for the Commanders could be known soon.

According to recent reports, the potential sale of the Commanders could come soon after the NFL season ends. The league is reportedly trying to keep talks under wraps until after the Super Bowl.

Some believe that sale is inevitable as Snyder continues to run out of options.

This from Audacy.com.

“He’s got to sell majority control and if he doesn’t want to, the NFL is going to make him. This is a done deal as far as that part goes. He’s not holding onto this team…

“I think we’re a week away from really starting to see what happens, and that’s because the league is really trying to suppress it until after the Super Bowl.”

This partnership appears to be coming to an end, and Commanders fans will be happy to see Dan Snyder go.