Ex-Niners QB Jeff Garcia will be perhaps the first person ever to move away from Southern California to Canada as he’s signed on to be Montreal Alouttes new quarterbacks coach. Enjoy those 16-degree winters up there, Jeff.
Now that he’s moving north of the border, Garcia is looking to unload his 11,000 square feet palace with seven bedrooms and an exposed living room leading outside. It’ll just put you just back $7,750,000.
Via the LA Times:
Opening through a vaulted foyer with a sweeping staircase, the home contains a gourmet kitchen with three ovens, a library, a dining room, an office, a wine cellar, six bedrooms, six fireplaces and eight full bathrooms.
An elevator, a master suite with a gym and steam shower and a living room with a stone fireplace and wet bar are among the features. A guest house adds an additional bedroom suite and kitchen.
Outdoors, a swimming pool and spa with rock and waterfall features sits among tropical landscaping and custom lighting. A covered entertainer’s patio, an outdoor kitchen and fire pit also reside within the park-like grounds.
This sounds like the house Mitt Romney told his architects to model his car elevator house after.
Something tells me that CFL paychecks can’t take out much of a dent in this home’s mortgage so good on Garcia for having the sense of mind to cut bait rather than be dragged into insolvency.
Here’s some highlights:
Lot Size: 1.13 Acres
7.5 miles to Whole Foods
15.6 miles to Goldfinger’s Gentlemen’s Club
9.5 miles to Roberto’s Mexican Food
Mortgage: 30,000 Golden Dragons or the value of Matt Wieter’s contract