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Phil Simms

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Phil Simms is attempting another pass at the sale of his Franklin Lakes, NJ, mansion. He’s cut nearly $3 million from the asking price, relisting the Colonial-style mansion for $5.3 million. 

The former New York Giants quarterback first placed the giant compound on the market in 2017 for $8.25 million. He’d purchased the property in 1999 for $1.55 million.

While the price has dropped significantly, it’s still the third-highest-priced home currently for sale in Franklin Lakes. It’s also well over the town’s median list home price of $1,138,000.

Now offered with a price chop, the luxurious residence might cause a buyer to break out an end zone dance.

Phill Simms’ home in Franklin Lakes, NJ

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Country-style kitchen

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Living room

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Master suite

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Covered patio

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19.5 acres with pool and pond

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The 19.5-acre property includes a main house, guesthouse, gym, pool, patios, and a private pond. 

The main home has seven bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms, and the living, dining, and family rooms offer spacious entertaining spaces.

The country-style kitchen includes a large eating area and breakfast nook. The master suite includes dual walk-in closets and dual baths. The en suite space also comes with a separate study with private balcony.

The listing describes the place as a “wonderful opportunity to vacation at home in a one-of-a-kind setting.” 

The 64-year-old spent his entire professional career with the Giants. He’s currently a sportscaster for CBS. 

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