Drew Bledsoe sells multi-million dollar Oregon home-- see the photos
It took seven years and five different relists, but Drew Beldsoe's Oregon home is no longer on the market.
The former Washington State Cougars quarterback (1990-1992) has sold his home in Bend, Oregon for $5.6 million. Bledsoe picked up the land for $750,000 in 2004 and built the custom compound four years later.
Originally listed in 2013 for $9.95 million, the almost 15,000-square-foot home is on 10 acres. The property's price was slashed to $6.95 million in 2015. Since then, it's simply been a waiting game.
Swipe through to see photos if this seven-bedroom, 14-bathroom mansion with plenty of ammedities including a swimming pool, two spas, a turf sports court, a putting green, an attached four-car garage and a detached three-car garage.
"The Great Room" featuring a mix of stone and wood interior.
The tall ceilings. The massive fireplace with the TV built in. The only thing wrong with this is the TV could be twice as big for optimal football viewing.
And maybe a bigger couch, not to nitpick.
The kitchen with breakfast nook
The chunky island with a nice view of the backyard? Awesome!
The built-in refrigerator? Double awesome.
And who doesn't love a breakfast nook?!
The only issue here is the curtain selection above the sink.
The formal dining room
If you loved the breakfast nook, the formal dining space will catch your eye.
When in Oregon, one has to have their wine on full-display and at the ready to serve.
The iron chandelier and massive dining table probably weigh a ton! Those aren't going anywhere.
The wine cellar
Oh, you thought that wine rack in the dining table was going to be the only place to store wine?
This is a multi-million dollar house. OF COURSE there's going to be a wine cellar. The feel is more of a dungeon, but it's on theme with the other fixtures.
You can fit AT LEAST 100 bottles down there. Easily.
An indoor basketball court
Oregon doesn't always have the best weather year-round. So, an indoor sports facility is 100% necessary.
And by how big this basketball court is, you'd have no idea this home was owned by a football player.
There's a projection screen included, but again... make it like three times bigger!
The movie theater
Now THIS is the right size screen!
The big, comfortable furniture, the ambiance. On point.
Perfect for watching your favorite movies... and maybe a film session to break down football plays.
All of the emojis! What's not to love about this?!
No complaints, other than it sucks you can't use it all year long.
Bledsoe is a native of Walla Walla, Washington.
After his career in Pullman, Washington, he was drafted No. 1 overall in the 1993 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.
Bledsoe spent 14 years in the NFL, reaching two Super Bowls and four Pro Bowls: three with the Patriots and one with the Bills. The Patriots turned their franchise around with him at the helm, and the team elected him into its Hall of Fame in 2011.