Aaron Rodgers, the New York Jets quarterback, has recently acquired a lavish estate in New Jersey. However, despite his new acquisition, it seems that he has no intentions of parting ways with his beloved Wisconsin home.
According to an insider, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has no intentions of selling his Wisconsin home at the moment, as reported by The New York Post.
According to a source familiar with the situation, the homeowner currently has no intentions of selling the property. They have a strong emotional attachment to the house as it holds sentimental value and is still filled with many of their personal belongings.
According to the Post, Aaron Rodgers has developed a strong emotional connection to Wisconsin since he joined the Green Bay Packers in 2005. However, it remains uncertain whether his decision to hold onto the property is related to any potential future arrangements with the Packers.
Aaron Rodgers purchased a sprawling 10,500-square-foot mansion in Oneida in 2015. The luxurious property, boasting four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, is nestled on 5.32 acres of land. Rodgers managed to snag the impressive estate for $1.74 million, a cool $400,000 below its initial asking price. The best part? Lambeau Field, the iconic stadium where Rodgers plies his trade, is just a short 20-minute drive away.
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