Eddie George, the retired Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers running back, recently hoisted his Brentwood, Tenn. mansion onto the market for $1.099 million, reports
Realtor.com. The lavish property comes with a bevy of fun features, including a sweet game room and an Ohio State room (George won the Heisman Trophy in 1995 while with the Buckeyes) that boasts a scarlet and grey paint job.
Eddie George, the retired running back who played for the Tennessee Titans from 1997 (back when they were known as the Tennessee Oilers) to 2003, recently hoisted his Brentwood, Tenn. mansion onto the market for $1.099 million, reports <a href="http://www.realtor.com/blogs/2012/04/10/tennessee-titans-rb-eddie-george-selling-brentwood-house-photos/" target="_blank">Realtor.com</a>.
Despite George's seven successful years spent in Tennessee, he's looking to move on. His lavish property for sale comes with a bevy of fun features, including a sweet game room and a scarlet and grey Ohio State room (George won the Heisman Trophy in 1995 while with the Buckeyes).
George's Brentwood, Tenn. house spans 8,558 square feet and includes a whopping three stories. There are two different stairways in the home, including this one in the front and another in the back of the property.
Here's a look at the former NFLer's double-height living room that features hardwood flooring and a fireplace.
A view of one of the wet bars in the home, which George picked up back in September 2007 for $1.675 million, according to public records.
Here's a look at the home's large formal dining room.
There are five bedrooms total in the former running back's sprawling mansion.
The lavish master bath comes with a large soaking tub, complete with columns, centered smack dab in the middle of the bathroom.
A sweeping view of the large open floor plan that includes the kitchen, family room with a towering stacked stone fireplace, and a more intimate dining area.
George's family room is certainly large enough to host a bunch of football players.
Here's a view of the Heisman winner's wood-covered home office, which features custom built-ins and cabinetry, as well as framed football jerseys lining the walls.
Something tells us George had a hand in decorating this Ohio State-themed bedroom. This room is covered in grey and scarlet paint with a giant Brutus Buckeye wall graphic to boot.
Here's a view of one of George's kids' bedrooms.
The home even comes with this room, which looks like a half dance studio, half fitness room. If George has a soft spot for dance, perhaps he should audition for "Dancing With the Stars." He certainly wouldn't be the first retired NFL player to appear on the show.
A view of the media room in the Brentwood crib.
Here's a look at the game room, which has a wet bar and tons of football memorabilia decorating the walls. Access the game room via the home's two staircases or take the elevator that runs from the basement all the way up to the attic.
Of course, a luxurious home like this one wouldn't be complete without a lavish pool and spa.