Matthew Stafford is on the move.
No, not to a new team.
Just to a new house.
Stafford's 7,700 square foot home that sits on 1.27 acres in Bloomfield Township is up for sale, according to the Free Press. It has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and could be yours for a cool $6.5 million.
Other features: an indoor basketball court made with tiles from the original floor of the Silverdome, the largest infinity pool in the state, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, a glass elevator servicing all three floors, five fireplaces, the list goes on.
Yep, safe to say this home is every man's dream.
The realtor is so excited about this listing, they described it in all caps.
MICHIGAN'S MOST MAGNIFICENT ESTATE! FOR THE ULTIMATE ENTERTAINER! PENINSULA SETTING, CAPTIVATING VIEWS, 441 FEET OF FRONTAGE ON ALL-SPORTS UPPER LONG LAKE, ACCESS TO LOWER LONG & FOREST LK. ... GLASS ELEVATOR SERVICES ALL THREE FLRS. INDOOR HALF BASKETBALL COURT, ORIGINAL SILVERDOME DETROIT PISTONS FLOOR. FIVE FIREPLACES, 625 BOTTLE TEMP CONTROLLED WINE CELLAR. HOT/COLD PLUNGE BATHS, SAUNA, STEAM. WALKOUT LOWER LEVEL, LARGEST INFINITY POOL IN THE STATE. OUTDOOR BBQ, THREE CAR HEATED GARAGE, GENERATOR. CLOSE PROXIMITY TO CRANBROOK, DCD & BH ACADEMY. SLEEK, MODERN & SOPHISTICATED!
Despite various trade rumors this offseason, the Lions have no interest in moving Stafford.
And Stafford, as he said Thursday afternoon, has no interest in leaving.
Matthew and his wife Kelly also own homes Atlanta, where they've spent most of their quarantine during the coronavirus, and California.
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