In case you haven’t heard, former Charger offensive lineman has been in the news recently. I say former because he retired this off-season after a great career in San Diego, and also because he looks like this now.
85 pounds later and now he’s looking like he’s ready for the San Diego beach weather. He’s also selling his Indiana home, where I’m assuming he spent his off-seasons because he’s from there. I guess when you lose all of that weight, you gotta live beach side 24/7, 365.
This home truly brings a touch of vacation to your everyday life! Without sparing expense or attention to detail, the interior of this home was fully made modern in the last 18 months. The open kitchen includes breathtaking granite counters, custom tile back splash, Thermador appliances, and cabinets all in a color palette reminiscent of the water views beyond. The hearth room also overlooks the rear patio and pool. Elegant dining room and office are fit with beautifully finished hardwoods, excellent woodwork, and large windows with plantation shutters. The master suite is a private and tranquil retreat.
The lake and pool make this house. Living on a lake is one of the best features for a house that you can have. Otherwise, it’s pretty typical for a professional athlete. I’m sure the summertime in the off-season at this house is awesome and the winters are awful, but Nick would always be in SD never having to deal with that.
Other Features From Nick’s Lakeside Home
- 5 beds, 6 baths, 6,313 sqft
- Dock for a boat/jet ski
- Full bar and exercise room designed and created for a professional athlete
- 14.4 miles from Whole Foods
- 7.9 miles from Trader Joe’s