Usually retired athletes sell their real estate because they’re broke. Bought too much house. Too many cars. Too many nights making it rain at the club.
But Domonique Foxworth, who retired in 2012 after 7 years in the NFL, may be selling this Maryland mansion for a different reason — to pay tuition at the Harvard Business School where he’s an MBA student.
7 years in the NFL and a Harvard MBA? I guess that means there has been 1 scholar-athlete to come out of the NCAA in the past 20 years.
According to the listing agent:
Exquisite 6BR, 7/2BA luxury home on 1.26 acres in great location. 2-story Foyer w/spiral staircase, double LR w/FP, formal DR, 2-story FamRm w/FP, adj gourmet Kit w/Butler’s Pantry. 1st floor GuestSte. MBR w/SittRm, SpaBa & DressRm. Totally finished walk-out LL w/RecRm w/FP & wet bar, WineRm, Home Theater, ExerRm, BR & 2 BAs. State-of-art systems, expansive decks, patio, 3-car Garage.
Buy it now for $1,750,000 — and help him pay for college.