Brian Dawkins is moving and the Hall of Famer has listed his home on the open market for sale. If you’ve got a spare $2 million and enjoy high altitudes, this beautiful home could be yours.
When Dawkins left the Eagles after the 2008 season and signed a five-year deal with the Denver Broncos, he purchased this awesome, rustic, seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion for $1.3 million in Parker, Colorado, which is about an hour south of Denver.
The house features some pretty incredible views of the Rocky Mountains as well as intricate stone work throughout. The basement looks like one of the nicer areas of the home with an incredible bar for entertaining and a double-level theater, complete with “Now Showing” marquee.
The house has a vast four-car garage, and you don’t walk around looking like Dawkins does without a huge gym, which is located above the garage. If you lose every sock you own, this place has four different laundry areas to clean all the clothes you can store in one of the two massive walk-in closets.
Here are some photos of the place, from the listing page.
Dawkins, originally from Jacksonville, Florida, also owned a home in Orlando, which he bought the land in 2003, had the house built in 2004 and sold to another guy who looks destined to end up in Canton — Charles Woodson, in 2011.
We’re not sure where B-Dawk has moved to from here, but we hope retirement is treating this Eagle legend and all-around good guy well.
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