Former NFL All-Pro Champ Bailey has put up his European-style home in a no-reserve auction.
The stone mansion in Atlanta went on the market for $2.9 million in November. The 10,400-square-foot abode is now being offered to the highest bidder through Concierge Auctions.
Although there’s no reserve price, bidders must put down a $100,000 deposit and show proof of funds. Bidding begins online in late February.
The Georgia native purchased the home in 2014 for $2.6 million. He’s apparently trading this home for a larger one to fit his “growing family.”
Although Bailey needs more space, this home offers plenty of room for most families. The layout includes six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half-baths. The old-world interior features handcarved millwork, stone and hardwood floors, seven fireplaces, cathedral ceilings, and wood beams, along with modern amenities.
Luxe amenities include an elevator, game room, and kitchen with breakfast bar. The master suite comes with dual closets, a coffee bar, and bath with dual vanities.
Located in the exclusive community of Tiller Walk in Sandy Springs, the home is just 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta.
The 40-year-old first starred in college, at the University of Georgia. The cornerback was drafted by the Washington Redskins in 1999, and went on to have a 15-year career in the NFL. He will likely wind up in the Hall of Fame. He retired in 2014, and now bills himself as a “strategic investor,” according to Twitter.
The post Bid on NFL Legend Champ Bailey’s Atlanta Mansion, Now Up for Auction appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®.DISCLAIMER: Many of the pages and articles on this website contain information and excerpts provided by third-parties from around the web; as such, the operators of this website assume no liability or responsibility for any of the contents contained herein, or the contents of websites that we may link to. Furthermore, all copyrights belong to their original creator(s). Use of any portion of this website constitutes full acceptance of this disclaimer.