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Antonio Brown Selling Suburban Pennsylvania Mansion for $2.3M

Antonio Brown has listed his suburban Pennsylvania home for $2.3 million.

The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ former wide receiver was traded to the Oakland Raiders earlier this year. And he also moved on from his mansion in Gibsonia, PA, an upscale area about 30 minutes north of Heinz Field.

The wideout bought the newly built home in 2014 for $1.91 million. The 8,797-square-foot home sits on 3 acres and has five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Brown added a sport court, artificial turf field, and two-story treehouse.

“It has everything,” says listing agent Shane Smith with Coldwell Banker, in partnership with makethenextmove.com. “It’s an incredible house. It’s only 5 years old, and it’s a high-end build.”

Antonio Brown’s Pennsylvania home

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Living room with coffered ceiling

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Family room

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Office

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Two-story treehouse

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The main house features a grand living room with fireplace and coffered ceiling, a chef’s kitchen, a family room with stone fireplace, a formal dining room with tray ceiling, and an office with built-ins. In addition, the master suite boasts a private balcony, sitting area, and fireplace.

The finished basement offers a home theater, gym, sauna, steam shower, and full bath.

As for the amazing treehouse, the listing photos don’t do justice to the space, which was featured on Season 11 of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters.” (But you can see more photos here.)

The treehouse is more of a guest apartment, complete with a sleeping loft, living area with flat-screen TVs and bar, and bathroom with steam shower. The treehouse is reached via spiral staircase, and a metal ladder takes you to the sleeping loft. A wall of glass overlooks the field, skybox-style, to catch any action happening below.

While the home is now in photogenic shape, it was in sad shape this past spring. Brown’s neighbor tweeted at him to mow his overgrown lawn, and the back-and forth caught the attention of Trib Live.

We have a lot of yards to cut right now ! Can you be a Good Samaritan and do me a solid cut my grass that’s my other property up for sell in PA ! Wow is it really good people in the world like this ! Send me cash app #BusinessBoomin #MoTheLawn https://t.co/5NfEsOJmyQ

— AB (@AB84) May 23, 2019

A few days later, a couple of enterprising landscapers stepped in, tweeting photos of the mowed lawn. (We hope the wealthy wide receiver paid the men!)

Hey AB, @Tyler_Saint21 and I got the grass cut for you! pic.twitter.com/vA7casXum9

— Taylor Rombold (@TaylorRombold) May 27, 2019

The grounds have since been professionally maintained, Smith notes, and the property is “immaculate.”

Brown, 31, starred for the Steelers from 2010 through 2018. In 2019, he was traded to the Oakland Raiders after burning a couple of bridges in Pittsburgh. After a bizarre training camp with the Raiders, he was cut before the season began over disagreements with management.

The day he was dropped from the Raiders, Brown signed with the New England Patriots. However, he played only one game with the team before being cut over charges of sexual assault allegations. He’s currently a free agent.

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