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Former 49er Jeremy Newberry sells his home and wedding venue outside San Francisco

Former 49er Jeremy Newberry sells his home and wedding venue outside San Francisco
Former San Francisco 49er Jeremy Newberry has sold his 9-acre property - complete with a 7,000-square-foot home, wedding pavilion, lake and 4-acre vineyard – outside San Francisco for $4.25 million. (Realtor.com)

About 60 miles outside of San Francisco, retired NFL player Jeremy Newberry has found a buyer for his home-turned-wedding venue. Called Newberry Vineyard Estates, the 9-acre property has sold for $4.25 million.

He and his wife Sabrina initially bought the lot with plans to just build a custom home in 2008, according to the Press in Contra Costa County. A few years later, as they searched for a venue for their own wedding, they decided to develop the property into an event center and opened up shop in 2012.

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Now, in addition to a 7,000-square-foot home, the landscaped grounds hold a grand pavilion, a lake with a beach, a bridal casita, a lagoon-style pool with a swim-up bar, and a sports-themed man cave.

Another highlight is the 4-acre vineyard, which the couple uses to make around 120 cases of Mourvèdre wine each year, the Press said.

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Approached by a circular motor court, the main residence is entered through a double-door entry wrapped in wrought iron. Six bedrooms and five bathrooms fill out the floor plan. There’s also a living room with a fireplace, a dining area and a center-island kitchen with a breakfast bar.

Deneen Vornhagen of Delta Ranches & Homes held the listing. Emil Geddes of Weichert Realtors represented the buyer.

Newberry, a two-time Pro Bowler, played nine of his 11 NFL seasons with the San Francisco 49ers before a pair of one-year stints with the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers. He’s currently an NFL analyst at KPIX-TV in San Francisco.

He listed the property in June for $5.45 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

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