Retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner is selling his massive contemporary house in Paradise Valley, Arizona for $4,998,500. Warner’s home is also going to be featured on the HGTV show, Celebrity Homes: Holiday Decorating From The Stars. The show highlights homes with elaborate Christmas and holiday lights.
Warner’s one-of-a-kind contemporary house is 11,329 sq-ft and has 7 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and 2 Master Suites. The home also includes a 24′ high entry foyer with a grand circular staircase & elevator, a private gated entryway, piano room, formal living room, theater room, outdoor Ramada with TV, and a gourmet granite kitchen that opens into expansive family areas. There’s also a butlers kitchen & dining room, an exercise room, a large billiards/game room with a wet bar that opens up to backyard. The 2 Master Suites have their own private patio that overlook the outdoor diving pool with unique water features and a connecting 62′ lap pool & spa. The outside also shows off incredible mountain views and huge guesthouse with it’s own separate entry that could double as a large private office.
For those who aren’t aware, Kurt Warner has an amazing story of perseverance of how we should never give up on a dream. Warner was originally signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 1994 after having played college football at Northern Iowa. The Packers decided to cut him, and afterwards Warner worked the night shift as a grocery store stock boy, making minimum wage. Despite all that, he never once gave up on his dream of playing professional football with the NFL. Warner, striving to see his dream become a reality, didn’t quit and he went on to be one of the best undrafted players of all time who had an extremely successful 12-year career in the NFL.
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2 thoughts on “Retired NFL Quarterback Kurt Warner Selling His $4.988M House In Paradise Valley,AZ”
Kurt Warner purchased the home from MLB’s Roberto Alomar when he left Phoenix. Roberto played for 8 major league baseball teams in his career, including the local Diamondbacks.
You’re just full of knowledge down there in the AZ market! Thanks again for the info, and thanks again for taking the time to read PAH’s!