Von Miller, now two teams removed from his days as a Denver Bronco, has found a buyer for his mansion near the team’s headquarters.
The outside linebacker sold his 19,000-square-foot home at 17819 E. Easter Ave. in Foxfield last month for $3.7 million, according to property records.
Miller put the home up for sale in the spring, asking $4.1 million.
Miller purchased the property for $925,000 in 2012, records show. In 2018, he built an addition to the original four-bedroom, five-bathroom home on 4.3 acres. The addition, which connects to the original home on the first floor, has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a cigar lounge and a gym with separate hot and cold contrast tubs and a steam room, according to the listing.
Outside, there is a sports court, a fireplace and grill, a concrete-stamped patio and an eight-car garage with space for an RV.
Foxfield is located between Aurora and Parker, and the house is a 10-minute drive from the Broncos headquarters and practice facility in Dove Valley.
The Broncos drafted Miller second overall in the 2011 NFL draft, and he received the Super Bowl MVP award when the Broncos won in 2015. Miller also won the most recent Super Bowl with the Rams after being traded to them in the middle of the season last year. He became a free agent in March and signed with the Buffalo Bills on a six-year, $120 million deal.
Miller sold the home to Oluwole Jolaoso, according to the deed.
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