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7 NFL celebrity homes in the D.C. area, from Dan Snyder to Jay Gruden


Almost all of these homes were formerly owned by these celebrities, so don’t try to track down the addresses and expect a familiar face behind every door. All photos via Redfin ? Jay Gruden, coach of the Washington football team, closed on a $2.5 ...


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menu more-arrow no yes Washington DC Log In or Sign Up Log In Sign Up Cities Topics Neighborhoods More Cities Atlanta Austin Boston Chicago Curbed.com Detroit Hamptons Los Angeles Miami New Orleans New York Philadelphia San Francisco Seattle Washington DC Topics For Sale? in DC For Rent? in DC Development? News Architecture? Maps? Neighborhoods ? Georgetown Washington DC Celebrity Homes 7 NFL celebrity homes in the D.Carea, from Dan Snyder to Jay Gruden Expect wine cellars and swimming pools owned by famous football players, owners, and commissioners By Michelle Goldchain@goldchainam Feb 2, 2018, 11:24am EST Share Tweet Share Share 7 NFL celebrity homes in the D.Carea, from Dan Snyder to Jay Gruden tweet share Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The football season is finally here, and how are you going to celebrate? While you maintain your fantasy football league and stay in touch with the latest news, why not also enjoy the real estate that comes along with it? Below, Curbed has compiled galleries of seven homes owned either by NFL players, owners, or commissionersAlmost all of these homes were formerly owned by these celebrities, so don’t try to track down the addresses and expect a familiar face behind every door. All photos via Redfin ? Jay Gruden, coach of the Washington football team, closed on a $2.5 million home in Virginia’s Loudoun County roughly two years agoAt the time, the 5,245-square-foot listing had a wine cellar, four bedrooms, and a stunning kitchen with beamed ceilings and an islandThe Creighton Farms community that the home is located in comes with a 24-hour security gate, concierge service, and a clubhouse with a swimming pool and tennis court. All photos via The Bill Davis Team ? Just down the street from Gruden is former Washington football team quarterback Robert Griffin III’s mansion, which is still for sale since it landed on the market in April 2016Despite it languishing, the original asking price has been maintained, being $2,749,990Inside, there is a wine cellar, elevator, and lower level theater room with a wet bar. Photo via Google Maps ? Washington football team owner Dan Snyder is known for his steadfastness when it comes to his loyalty to the team name as well as this Potomac, Maryland homeThe three-building listing became a site of contention in 2011 after Snyder cut down at least 130 treesSnyder purchased the riverfront listing in 2001 from a trust created for the family of Queen Noor of Jordan for $10 millionSome of the major highlights include a heated swimming pool, spa, and libraryIn 2005, Snyder put the home back on the market. All photos via Redfin ? After Chris Cooley played for the Washington football team, he put his six-bedroom Leesburg, Virginia, mansion on the market for $2.39 millionAccording to Redfin’s property history, the home never sold, and has since been on and off the marketWhen it landed on the market in 2014, homebuyers could spot a large pottery studio inside along with a home theater. All photos via Compass ? This Timonium, Maryland, listing is owned by Tony Jefferson, who is on the Baltimore Ravens teamFor $979,900, the 6,000-square-foot property offers five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms with a two-story foyer on the main level and an open floor plan throughoutIn the kitchen, there is a subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast nook with two pantriesThere is a home theater, automated power shades, and a two-car garage. All photos via HomeVisit ? Alan Faneca is a retired NFL player who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New York Jets, and Arizona CardinalsHe’s also the current owner of this McLean, Virginia, home, which recently listed for $5.5 millionWhen Faneca bought the home in 2014, he purchased it for $4 million, according to Washington Business JournalWhat may have appealed him to the two-story brick house is its nearly 9,000 square feet of space, three fireplaces, and various luxurious amenitiesSome of these amenities include a wine cellar, home theater, and pool and pool house with a guest suite All photos via Redfin ? Last on the list is none other than Paul Tagliabue, who served as the former Commissioner of the NFL from 1989 until 2006In October 2015, he was finally able to sell his Georgetown single-family home for $2.65 millionWhen he was living in it, he was able to enjoy parkland on two sides of the property as well as a four-level elevator and a whole house generator. Next Up In Washington DC Celebrity Homes Live in a former NFL star’s McLean home for $5.5M Baltimore Ravens’ Tony Jefferson’s Maryland home lists for nearly $1M Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner search for a new D.Chome The D.Carea's best celebrity homes of 2017 John McLaughlin’s D.Chome finds a buyer for $2.6M Maryland Governor Larry Hogan sells Annapolis home for $1.35M Trending $1.6M LeDroit Park fixer-upper dates back 100 years, offers period details Exposed brick, multiple fireplaces, and luxurious chandeliers included 20 African-American history destinations in Washington, D.C. From the African American Civil War Museum to the Martin Luther King, JrMemorial, there are plenty of sites worth the hike for discovering how significant African Americans have been not only in D.C., but in the nation. 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The Latest $1.6M LeDroit Park fixer-upper dates back 100 years, offers period details Exposed brick, multiple fireplaces, and luxurious chandeliers included Michelle Goldchain D.C.’s most famous tiny home will be constructed in Deanwood by students This will be a demonstration project in order to teach students technical skills. Michelle Goldchain New upscale hotel planned by McLean Metro station The hotel will be a part of an 8 million-square-foot mixed-use project in Tysons, Virginia. Michelle Goldchain A brief history of D.C.'s football stadiums These stadiums range from the lost Griffith Stadium to the soon-to-be-razed RFK Stadium. Michelle Goldchain 5 D.Carea homes for sale, designed by famous architects From Robert Gurney to George Totten, see which well-known architects’ homes are up for grabs. Michelle Goldchain Former D.CCouncilmember Jim Graham’s estate is on the auction block Weird and wonderful objects are now up for grabs. 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