Former Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes recently put his luxury ranch home in Palm Beach County, FL, on the market. It’s listed for $520,000 with Cathy Connolly with Re/Max Direct’s office in Wellington, FL.
Set on an acre lot, the property belonging to the 2009 Super Bowl MVP boasts four bedrooms and three baths, plus plenty of amenities made for entertaining, including a media room, screened-in pool, and large porch. There’s an adorable guesthouse with two bedrooms and two baths for friends and family to crash.
Built in 2007, the home features a three-sided fireplace stretching to the ceiling in the living room. There are french doors off the living room leading to the yard. The kitchen has granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, as well as an open layout conducive to entertaining. A walk-in closet in one of the suites, plus a soaking tub perfectly sized for a pro athlete, pack in some pampering perks.
The father of four and a Florida native, Holmes was born in Belle Glade in Palm Beach County. After starring in college at Ohio State, he was a first-round draft pick of the Steelers in 2006. He played four seasons in Pittsburgh and four seasons with the New York Jets, amassing over 6,000 yards receiving and 36 touchdowns. His amazing game-winning catch in the final minute of Super Bowl XLIII cemented his place in NFL lore.
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