Former Seattle Seahawks tight end, Zach Miller, just listed his home in Bellevue, WA for $2.5 million.
Miller is currently a free agent due to his release in March from the Seattle Seahawks. He’s done pretty well for himself during his eight seasons in the league, with over 300 receptions and one Super Bowl ring, but his release from the Seahawks means he needs to find a new team and a new home.
Whoever scoops up this palace better like entertaining guests because this house, located in the upscale Clyde Hill area, was designed to impress the biggest party-goers.
The 5,230 square foot, three-story home features 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 1 half bath (plenty of room to crash if you had a few too many drinks). Not to mention the house has a massive chef’s kitchen and a great room that leads you to the backyard where you can find two beautiful covered patios, a built-in barbecue, and a fireplace. There’s also plenty of room in the backyard for throwing around a football with some friends.
When the party gets too wild you can sneak away to the 5th bedroom suite located privately on the lower level. You might think there’d be a lot of walking up and down stairs in this three-story home, but you’d be wrong—there’s an elevator!
It also sports vaulted ceilings, a game room, a second kitchen, and a sauna.
On Sundays, you can grab some wine from your very own wine cellar, put your feet up in the theater room and enjoy game day the way you’re supposed to: watching your favorite football team dominate the field.