Kurt Warner Selling One-Of-A-Kind Contemporary in Paradise Valley, Arizona

    Posted by Cristin  |  November 24, 2011  |  6:00 am  |  Tags: , , , , ,

    Kurt Warner

    Paradise Valley, AZ

    Most Known For

    A 12-year career and known as as one of the greatest stories in NFL history

    Home Stats

    11,000+ square feet, 7 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms

    Price

    $4,998,500

    Retired NFL quarterback and All-Star Kurt Warner is selling a one-of-a-kind contemporary showplace in Paradise Valley, Arizona. The home is readying for its moment in the spotlight – it will be featured on HGTV next month in a show featuring homes with elaborate Christmas and holiday lights.

    Listed on the open market for $4,998,500, the home is the perfect blend of modern style, family living and stylish entertaining. Commanding over 11,000 square feet, the dramatic 24-foot-high entry foyer with grand circular staircase and elevator lead to 2 master suites with private patios overlooking a diving pool, unique water features, connecting 62 lap pool and spa. A gourmet granite kitchen blends into expansive family entertaining areas, butlers kitchen and a spectacular dining room. Light, open exercise room and a large billiards/game room with wet bar both open to backyard mountain views. A spacious guesthouse with separate entry can double as a large office. Other amenities include a gated entry, piano room, formal living, theater room, outdoor Ramada with a TV and much more.

    Before Kurt Warner had stunning $5,000,000 estates, he had one of the most magical stories in the NFL. He was originally signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 1994 after playing college football at Northern Iowa. After being cut by the Packers, Warner worked the night shift as a grocery store stock boy, making minimum wage. Never giving up hope in his football career, Warner persevered and would go on to be considered one of the best undrafted players of all time, following a 12-year career regarded as one of the greatest stories in NFL history.