The retired former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver first put his custom-built mansion on the market in 2012 for $7.5 million.
The home popped up again in 2017 for $6 million, and this week the residence is now being offered as a rental for a hefty $50,000 a month.
What a buyer will acquire is a home designed by Ward himself.
Baker-LeBlanc says the receiver’s collection doesn’t come with the house, although the first floor, master suite, and mezzanine all come furnished.
If a buyer does step forward, she says, Ward will provide a signed piece of memorabilia.
Athletic types will appreciate the University of Georgia replica basketball court:
“It really is such a reflection of the owner. It’s so personal, but very appealing,” she adds. Ward has called the place his “dream home” among his collection of houses.
The 16,000-square-foot home has eight bedrooms (including two master suites), seven bathrooms, and five half-baths.
The open layout includes a kitchen with breakfast bar, formal living room, family room, game room, dining room, theater room, and elevator.
Outside, the grounds include a pool, hot tub, kitchen, bar, candle-lit grotto, and cabana.
For 50 G’s a month, a small price to pay to live in athlete luxury.
The 42-year-old played his entire 14-season NFL career with the Steelers, helping them win two Super Bowl championships. The Georgia native retired after the 2011 season, and is now an analyst with CNN and HLN.
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