New Broncos Ring of Fame member and former head coach Mike Shanahan has sold his Cherry Hills Village home for $15.752 million.
Recent, high sales are the highest single-family home price for the metro area, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Shanahan and his wife Peggy built the sprawling 35,000-square-foot mansion in 2008. It was sold on Tuesday by a broker associate, Chuck Gargoto, according to a Kentwood real estate listing.
The six-bedroom, 13-bathroom features a wine grotto and cigar lounge, a racquetball court, a two-lane bowling alley, and golf simulator. Gardens on the 3.5-acre property include fountains and waterfalls, a changing room overlooking the swimming pool, and two-bedroom, four-bath comfortable guest cottages are on sale. The main residence has 11 fireplaces, rooftop solar panels, and a seven-vehicle garage.
Sandy Weigand, an associate at Gargoto who helped broker the deal, told the WSJ that the sale takes the title of the most expensive single-family home purchase in the Denver area.
Shanahans, who designed the mansion with Rick Watkins of Mesa Properties, previously put it on the market in 2016 for a whopping $22 million.
Mike Shanahan, who won consecutive Super Bowl titles with the Broncos, was inducted into the Broncos Ring of Fame on Sunday.