Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has had a busy offseason doing charity work and keeping his Labradoodle social media active. But before training camp gets rolling, Jameis took care of some personal business by purchasing a home in Odessa for $1.195 million.
The five-bedroom, five-bath pad is just 17 miles from Raymond James and features a nice enclosed entertainment area with pool and kitchen.
Gated Mediterranean residence with 430 acre Lake Keystone boating access! Most striking upon first impression is the tremendous curb appeal that greets you as you proceed up the drive to the front entrance. Handsome 10 foot mahogany entry doors, with wrought- iron detail, welcome you and your guests. Step into the awe-inspiring foyer adorned with soaring ceilings, and a dramatic winding staircase accented by intricate wrought iron rails. On either side of this elegant foyer is a music room and formal dining room. The family room offers beautiful built-ins, gas fireplace and a dramatic double-story ceiling. It gives way to a spacious covered outside dining area and a convenient summer kitchen overlooking the sparkling pool and spa.
Jameis, of course, signed a four-year, $23.35 million deal ($16.6 guaranteed) after getting drafted No. 1 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft.