In the Bay Area, living like an NFL star usually costs at least seven digits, maybe eight. In Wisconsin, it costs $379,000.
That’s the listing price of Jordy Nelson’s estate outside Green Bay. The wide receiver put the two-story home on the market after signing with the Oakland Raiders in March, as first reported by the Green Bay Press Gazette.
A reflection of Nelson’s non-flashy personality, the five-bedroom home is devoid of luxury flairs. The 3,642-square-foot interior includes a two-story living room and a dining room with a wine bar.
Sliding glass doors open to a flat, grassy backyard ideal for throwing the ball around. The home, built in 2000, sits on a 1.3-acre plot.
Leta Jacquet of Keller Williams Green Bay holds the listing.