As he prepares for his fresh start in Denver, heralded quarterback Peyton Manning has recently closed on a home in the area, according to Forbes. After moving out of state from his longtime home in Indianapolis, the star passer will now call a 16,464-square-foot estate home.
The house is in the Denver suburb of Englewood, Colorado, and is truly a home befitting one of the National Football League's most established players. It has seven bathrooms, a billiards room, an elevator and a panic room, CBS reports. Although the home will cost him $4.575 million, which may seem like a staggering sum to some, his salary of $18 million for the upcoming season should help.
In addition to all the space and amenities, the house is chock-full of perks. It has two custom-designed walk-in closets, a wine cellar, high-end appliances and a heated indoor/outdoor dog kennel, according to Forbes.
Despite Manning's prowess for coordination and surgeon-like precision, moving into a new home can be tough for anyone - celebrity or otherwise. Many people use long distance moving and storage services as a way to prevent mishaps and unforeseen obstacles.