Vontaze Burfict seems to be closing out his era in Cincinnati by selling his Kentucky house located in Edgewood, about nine miles from Paul Brown Stadium. With an asking price of $1,299,000, this one would be perfect for a professional athlete in Cincinnati who got a pay raise and is looking to own a place to spread out while away from work. Vontaze’s pad is just 4,000 sq. ft. until you start figuring in the space in the basement and on the deck where you’ll be eating meals prepared by your private chefs.
Not going to lie, I was shocked to see Burfict living in a pad of this style. The basement has a beautiful five-TV wall with shelving for your sports collection. You throw in some sort of custom-made bar and you could live down there while your wife handles the top two floors. Let’s say you had to quarantine from corona — you’d want Vontaze’s basement.
Fine Architectural Detail & Contemporary Style Blend Seamlessly to Give You This Captivating Modern Tutor*Home Offers a State-of-the-Art Kitchen*Luxurious Owners Suite w/Freestanding Spa Inspired Tub, Multiple Shower Heads in Shower,Heated Bidet, Oversized Walk in Closet System w/a 2nd Floor Laundry Room*1st Floor Family Room has Coffered Ceiling, Stacked Stone Fireplace & Wet Bar*Walkout Lower Level w/Gaming Room Built for 5 TV’s,Wet Bar, Billiards Room,Steam Shower & Screened in Patio*Circular Driveway & New Roof.
Here’s what I suggest — make a solid offer and tell Burfict’s realtor you want the jersey collection thrown in. Look at that sweet Andy Dalton jersey. Mortgage: You’re looking at about $7,000 before cleaning teams and the private chef.