Russell Wilson sets record for most expensive home purchase in Denver area

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Denver Broncos star Russell Wilson has a new home.

The quarterback recently purchased a $25 million home in Cherry Hills Village, according to a report from Lily O’Neill of BusinessDen.com.

Wilson has now set the record for the most expensive residential property purchase in the Denver area. His new four-bedroom, 12-bathroom home sits on a 5.34-acre lot and includes a pool and nine-car garage.

Wilson would be able to pay for all of his new home and still have $3 million leftover if he’s able to sell his Seattle house at the $28 million listed price. Wilson’s new Cherry Hills home is nearly twice the size as his previous house in Seattle (20,060 vs. 11,104 square feet).

It seems that Wilson’s house in San Diego is his primary home. The quarterback has hosted at least a dozen teammates at his California mansion for unofficial practices this offseason.

Wilson’s Colorado home doesn’t have a mini football field like his house in San Diego, but there is a big backyard with the potential to be converted.

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