Larry Fitzgerald Is Selling His Unbelievable Paradise Valley Mansion And Estate For $5 Million
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is going to go down as one of the greatest to ever play the position when he finally decides to hang up his spikes and retire.
The third overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, Fitzgerald has been selected to the Pro Bowl 11 times in 14 years, currently sits at third all-time in receptions and receiving yards, and eighth in receiving touchdowns. He’s a surefire, stone-cold lock Hall of Famer.
None of which really has anything to do with the dope Paradise Valley, Arizona mansion and estate he has put on the market for a very reasonable price of $5 million, other than that he can afford to do so.
Check out some of what you will get if you purchase Larry Fitzgerald’s 9,321-square-foot mansion and estate (other than getting to say you live in Larry Fitzgerald’s old house, which, you have to admit, would be pretty dope), according to the listing on Realtor.com.
• double gated compound on just under 2 acres
• 5 bedrooms in the main house
• large gourmet kitchen
• 7+ person theater
• billiard area
• full bar
• 1,200 bottle wine room
• master bedroom with private office
• hairdressing studio
• two pools with built in and submerged lounge beds
• spa, slide and waterfalls connected by a lazy river
• swim up bar
• outdoor shower area
• huge outdoor Ramada with kitchen and fireplace
• batting cage
• sport court
• putting green
• private gardens
• 12+ car garages with additional gated storage
• 2 bedroom guesthouse, which also has a full kitchen
Ridiculous. And here I thought Jeff Kent’s funhouse that’s for sale in Texas was the most entertaining place one could possibly live.
Hell, I would pay just to take a weekend vacation in this place.
Of course, if you are in the market, you can own all of it for just $24,060 in monthly mortgage payments, according to Realtor.com’s payment calculator.
55 more amazing pics of the estate can be viewed here.
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