The home Peyton Manning and his family are temporarily living in, while it was under construction. (Webshot)
The Associated Press reports that Manning will live in the 35,000-square-foot home belonging to the current Washington Redskins head coach while he looks for a permanent residence. The two worked out a deal that allows Manning and his family to temporarily reside in the Cherry Hills Village mansion Shanahan built before he was fired.
The house includes a bowling alley, a conservatory, a kids' arcade, a "wine residence," two bridges, a guest house that's almost certainly bigger than your regular house, a swimming pool (ditto), a poker room, a racquetball court, a video golf screen and a shuffleboard table. No tanning room was listed, but I'm assuming that's an oversight. There are four bedrooms in the basement alone, meaning there's plenty of room for Tim Tebow to stay should he ever go back to Denver.
The football pedigree extends to previous owners. The Shanahans bought the land in the swanky suburb from Janet Elway, former wife of Hall of Famer John Elway.
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