Former Denver Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan has listed his absurdly luxurious Cherry Hills Village mansion for sale.
Any chance you’re in the market for a 30,000 square foot home with 11 fireplaces, a wine grotto, and a two-lane bowling alley? If so, you might want to take a look at this real estate listing.
Just be sure you have $22 million laying around.
The mansion’s website notes that “authentic limestone was imported from Texas. The gutters and windows are constructed of copper. French doors were fabricated from steel and the custom made windows are true divided light.”
Sounds pretty swanky, if you ask me.
Shanahan led the Broncos for fourteen seasons, including back-to-back Super Bowl victories in 1998 and 1999. His far less successful stint with the Washington Redskins lasted from 2010 to 2013.
According to the Denver Post, Shanahan and his wife aren’t leaving town:
"Listing agent Sandy Weigand of The Kentwood Company said the Shanahans are downsizing but will stay in Cherry Hills Village.“Mike and Peggy are committed to Denver and will remain in Denver,” Weigand said in an interview. In part because the couple don’t entertain as much as they used to — the house was used recently for a Donald Trump fundraiser hosted by the Shanahans and Pete Coors — and their children live out of state, they’re looking to move “into a smaller home that better fits their current lifestyle,” she said."
The Post also adds that “the property is about a 20-minute drive from Mile High Stadium.”
Maybe Von Miller could scoop this one up once the ink is dry on his next contract?