Matthew Stafford Is Selling His Michigan Mansion For $6.5 Million

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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is trying to sell his absurd mansion.

Stafford and the Lions are going their separate ways, and there’s no need for the star NFL passer to maintain a house in the area. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)


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So, he put the Bloomfield Hills estate on the market, but it won’t come cheap! The 7,720 square foot mansion fit for a dictator is listed for $6.5 million.

However, you don’t have to worry about not getting enough bang for your buck because it has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a wine cellar for 625 bottles, an elevator, an indoor basketball court, multiple fireplaces and the “largest infinity pool” in the state.

Being an NFL quarterback certainly has its perks. You can see a photo of the estate in the tweet below.

In terms of mansions, I think it’s safe to say Stafford’s is probably among the best in the midwest. Hell, it might be the best in the entire state of Michigan.

That house is an absolute beast. Like I said, it’s what I’d expect a third world dictator to live in while on vacation at his lakeside retreat.

I hope he gets all his cash and enjoys his way out the door. It’s been real!