It was just a few months ago that Trent Dilfer, the quarterback who led the Baltimore Ravens to Super Bowl victory, was named head coach of Lipscomb Academy in Tennessee.
But this week he put his Austin abode up for sale, with a move to the Nashville in the offing for the former QB and ESPN analyst.
Listed for $2.75 million, the 6,700-square-foot home is a showstopper with a grand entryway and foyer. From the foyer to the main living spaces to the bedrooms, this house is all about the details: ornate light fixtures, exposed beams, detailed backsplashes, and customized window treatments.
Best of all? It has views upon views of one of the most popular lakes in Texas.
The kitchen features custom cabinetry, gleaming countertops, and an ornate backsplash. There are two dining rooms and a living space, which are simultaneously posh and cozy.
There’s a second living space upstairs, and the master suite is fit for NFL royalty. The oversize window provides grand views of the lake, and the walk-in closet has enough space to hold everything from designer bags to tailored suits to Super Bowl rings. There’s also a private deck and a bathroom with soaking tub.
The outdoor space comes with not one, but two kitchens as well as a reflection pool.
Dilfer, 47, was a first-round pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1994 and wound up playing 13 seasons in the NFL for a variety of teams. His NFL career was highlighted by an improbable Super Bowl win with the Ravens in 2001.