The 3,300-square-foot house, built in 1960, is relatively modest considering the price tag. But the extra yardage is the true selling point in this case—it’s nestled on 1.5 tree-lined acres in the upscale community of Forest Hills.
The all-brick home, which was renovated in 1985, has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and, of course, plenty of room outside, complete with a basketball hoop (in case Succop wants to work on his jump shot in between field goals).
In 2015, Succop bought a luxe 3,400-square-foot condo in Nashville’s tony Belle Meade neighborhood for $699,900.
It’s not surprising that the 32-year-old, currently considered one of the most accurate kickers in the NFL, is doubling down in Nashville. Earlier this year, Succop avoided free agency when the Titans signed him to a five-year, $20 million extension—the second-largest deal for a kicker in NFL history.
Succop, who’s spent a decade in the NFL, signed with the Titans in 2014 after beginning his career with the Kansas City Chiefs. Last year, Succop set an NFL record with 56 consecutive successful field goals from inside 50 yards.
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