A quite large, quite expensive Virginia mansion was recently put up on the market, and it has a little something for everyone. Seriously, get comfortable.
Fireplace? Try three of 'em. Movie theatre? Duh. Pool? Kind of insulting you asked, actually. And — because this is definitely on the top of your list of deal-breakers — there is an elevator. Don't fret.
Welcome to the Loudon County home of Robert Griffin III. Well, the ex-home, now that he's moved onto the Cleveland Browns. Listed at $2.749 million, taking over the crib of the former Rookie of the Year is going to cost you quite a bit, sure, but can you put a price on being neighbors with Jay Gruden? Probably not. You know the Grudens throw down when it comes to Sunday barbecuing.
Here are some additional photos of the digs. No word on whether it comes with the Redskins blanket that's folded over one of the seats in the entertainment room or the RG3 portrait that's in the bar area, but it's at least comforting to see those items aren't buried in the trash:
Man, there's even a guest house that looks as big as a regular house. Burgundy and Gold fans — invest together so you can turn the property into the spot for all 'Skins lovers on Sundays. How nice would Kirk Cousins to Jordan Reed touchdowns look on that big screen? Too nice.
Time to start looking for some loose change between the couch cushions. The climb to $2.749 million begins now.