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Inside Rob Gronkowski’s Portfolio of Party Pads

Like Rob Gronkowski’s 2017 memoir plainly states, It’s Good to Be Gronk. The NFL star, better known to friends and fans as Gronk, is only in his early 30s, but the football player has already cemented his status as one of the best tight ends in NFL history. Not only that, but the fun-loving athlete has also secured major endorsements with everyone from Dunkin’ Donuts to Monster Energy Drink, Cheerios to Tide—and on top of that, he has his charity work, which includes the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation. His off-the-field success could’ve contributed to his decision to throw in the towel in 2022 at the peak of his game, opting to focus on new adventures. “I’m done with football,” he told reporters at the time. “Love the game…but [I’m] done with football and stepping my feet into the business world, business ventures, and just seeing what’s out there and where I can find my place.” Below, we’ve rounded up some of the places Gronkowski has called home. And who knows? Maybe real estate will be one of those ventures he dips into in the not-too-distant future.


One of Gronkowski’s first and most infamous party pads was a $1.6 million mansion in South Tampa. The 4,781-square-foot home featured four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, spanning three stories connected via a wood-paneled elevator. It also boasted built-in fish tanks in the family room, a game room, multiple courtyards with fountains, three outdoor entertaining areas, an infinity pool, and a hot tub. The athlete ultimately put the place on the market for $2.4 million in the summer of 2013 because, according to his listing agent, he “was not able to visit Tampa enough to enjoy the property.” It sold for $2.08 million later that year, not including the full furnishings that Gronkowski had listed with the home.


The athlete next relocated to the town of Foxborough, Massachusetts, just about 22 miles outside of Boston. It was reported that Gronkowski spent just under $1 million to custom build a Victorian-style home, which features five bedrooms and three bathrooms spread out across 4,486 square feet. A 2015 Sports Illustrated profile on the NFL alum called the home “bigger than a McMansion, smaller than an actual mansion”—which is to say that it is relatively modest by pro athlete standards. Gronk also owns another house on that same acre-and-a-half property, measuring 4,466 square feet, bringing the total square footage to nearly 10,000 square feet. One of the most noteworthy parts about this property is the constant presence of the Sinners’s Bus, a white party bus that he once bought from a church in Long Island. In early 2018, the compound made headlines after it was burglarized while Gronkowski was away for the Super Bowl. He still owns this home.


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