Russell Wilson Just Bought The Most Expensive Home In Denver History And Listed His $28 Million Seattle Mansion

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Newly traded Denver Broncos QB Russell Wilson has been very energetic in the true property world within the final week.

First up, a brand new residence in Denver. In keeping with TMZ Wilson and his spouse Ciara have $26 million on a mansion in Denver, a sum which occurs to interrupt the file for the most costly single-family residence ever offered in Denver historical past. On the identical time, Russell and Ciara listed their soon-to-be-former Seattle mansion for $28 million.

Each the current buy and itemizing are to be anticipated, given Wilson’s current commerce from Seattle to Denver, however the properties themselves are something however typical.

What does the most costly home in Denver appear like? The storybook-style mansion boasts 20,000 sq. ft of residing area, with 4 bedrooms and a whopping 12 bogs, a 9(!)-car storage, an indoor swimming pool, a sport room, a basketball court docket, and a house theater.

Their Seattle mansion spans 11,100 sq. ft with six bedrooms  and 5 bogs. This property additionally boasts a really uncommon amenity within the type of a two-story “treehouse.” Removed from the normal wood planks nailed collectively for a makeshift children’ hangout, it is a deluxe lounging area for grownups, with a leather-based sofa, big TV, and expansive floor-to-ceiling home windows.

It is received loads of different, extra conventional facilities too, together with a youngsters’s playroom, a recording studio, a yoga/dance studio with mirrored wall, and a visitor bed room.

For one more aerial survey, this one among Wilson’s Seattle mansion at the moment in the marketplace for $28 million, take a look at the video under from Seattle’s KING 5:

Lastly, KING 5 additionally has a slideshow of images of the couple’s former Seattle digs. Test it out:


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