Doug Pederson is no longer our head football coach, and as such, he’s selling his Moorestown house.
It’s awesome. Of course it is. It’s a Super Bowl winner’s house, listed for a cool $2.7 million on Zillow.
This Custom Built Williamsburg Colonial home situated on 3.2 ac consist of 4 bedrooms, 5 full baths and 2 half baths , office, workout gym, wine room, media area and much more. The basement was completely renovated in 2017 .The kitchen appliances are top of the line, featuring 2 Sub-zero refrigerators, 2 dishwashers and a Dacor double wall oven with warming drawer. This gourmet kitchen is complete with granite countertops, Jerusalem limestone floors and a butler’s pantry. The family room is perfect for entertaining with 2 flat screen TV’s and an oversized antiqued cast stone fireplace with slate surround and hearth. The luxurious master suite includes his and hers custom built-in closets and armoires, Schnobeck Crystal lighting, and a gas fireplace in Louis XV style white Italian marble. The master bath completes this lavish suite with marble floors and countertops and a marble bath surround. Back yard is an oasis with in-ground pool and blue stone patio , outdoor stone fireplace ,wet bar and barbecue area and hot tub. There is also a separate 2 car garage, storage area , golf simulator and unfinished loft area. The finished basement is complete with gym a large temperature controlled wine room, full bath ,sitting area and media/ game room. Location offers privacy yet ideal for commute to Center City Philadelphia and New York City. This home has it all…designer finishes, tons of space and is located in a charming town with fantastic schools!
Damn! Sounds really nice.
Check out some of the pictures:
A Brett Favre room? With leopard print carpet? And track lighting on the ceiling? That’s outrageous.
Hell yeah on the wine cellar. And in other pictures, he’s a bourbon guy.
This weight room is bigger than my first floor. Bigger than second floor, too.
This is the most Doug Pederson garage/extension ever. He’s got one of those TruGolf things in there? I love it.
This is where the disastrous 2020 draft was held.
Anyway, this can be yours for $2,699,999. It’s 6,918 square feet, so more than three times your average row house in Philadelphia. Definitely 2x or 3x bigger than most places in the suburbs.