Wilson reportedly bought a mansion in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado.
As reported by Front Office Sports, the $25 million dollar mansion is the “most expensive single-family home sold in Denver-area history.”
In case you were wondering who the previous record-holder was, it was former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan who Front Office Sports reports purchased a single-family house for $15.72 million located in the same neighborhood as Wilson’s new home.
Inside Wilson’s New $25 Million Mansion
Front Office Sports tweeted photos of the 20,000-square-foot home.
If it looks new and pristine, it is because that is exactly what it is.
Built in 2018, this home has 4 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms with a 9 car garage.
Sports and entertainment are available under the roof of this property as it contains an indoor pool, game room, basketball court, and theater.
Russell Wilson and Ciara have purchased a $25 million mansion in Cherry Hills Village, CO 🏠
➖ 20,000 sq ft.
➖ 4 BR, 12 BA
➖ 9-car garage
➖ Indoor pool
➖ Game room
➖ Basketball court
It's the most-expensive single-family home sold in Denver-area history. pic.twitter.com/2dDqS2OCac
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) April 15, 2022
Wilson Is Selling His Seattle Home
Wilson is temporarily paying two mortgages.
He recently put his 11,000 square-foot Seattle home up for sale.
Russell Wilson & Ciara are selling their Seattle home.
Wilson bought it for $6.7 million in 2015 & has listed it for $28 million — a potential 318% increase.
The 11,104-sq-ft house has 6 beds, a basketball court, a home gym, a theatre, a recording studio & a private beach/dock. pic.twitter.com/fetxvmzByK
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) April 12, 2022
That home has its share of gorgeous amenities too including a private dock on Lake Washington, terraced gardens, and a two-story treehouse.
It also has a yoga studio, gym, and three-story elevator.
Wilson purchased his Seattle home in 2015 for $6.7 million and has listed its sale price at $28 million.
He Is Already Hard At Work In Denver
Wilson has embraced his new team and city wholeheartedly.
He is already developing relationships with his new teammates who appreciate the leadership he is asserting from the get-go.
Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton talked about his frequent FaceTime calls with Wilson, and Wilson has only been a Bronco for a month.
“His knowledge of the game is to a different level. It comes to him so easy, he wants everyone around him to understand it the way he understands it. … [But] you all can feel it, we all can feel it, the juice is just different…Everyone understands we have to operate at a different level, a different standard.”
The Broncos are clearly expecting Super Bowl caliber results with Wilson under center in 2022, but an extremely competitive AFC West division consisting of the Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders, Los Angeles Chargers, and the Broncos will make that a daunting task.
This is one of the many fascinating storylines to watch when the 2022 NFL season kicks off in September.