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Vance Joseph

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Ousted Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph is ready to try his hand at being a landlord, renting out his spectacular mountain estate in Castle Rock, CO, for $10,000 a month.

Cool, contemporary, and luxurious, this 5,500-square-foot home with four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms is designed for fun, friends, and relaxation.

Located in Castle Pines Village, the residence offers mountain views, a family room with vaulted and beamed ceiling, a statement fireplace, a chef’s kitchen, and smart home technology.

For large-scale entertaining, the home is equipped with a basement featuring a bar, wine cellar, game room, and TV. The four-car garage has a heated floor and driveway, ideal for cold Colorado days.

Exterior

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Front door

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Living room

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Great room

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Kitchen

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Main bedroom

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Main bath

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Bar and wine cellar

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Joseph and his wife, Holly, need someone to take care of the impressive place since they’ll be spending their time in Arizona, where Joseph has picked up a new job as the defensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals.

Joseph was fired by the Denver Broncos after back-to-back losing seasons. Before heading to the NFL as a coach, Joseph played football for the University of Colorado, Boulder.

If you’re in the market for a honey of a house in Castle Rock, take a look at the Joseph house. Besides living in a dream home, the rent comes with bragging rights about the landlord moonlighting as an NFL coach.

The post Rent Former Broncos Coach Vance Joseph’s Cool Colorado Home for $10K a Month appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®.

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