Antonio Brown’s best years may be behind him — it doesn’t look like he’ll ever reach the ridiculous numbers that he posted in Pittsburgh, including a stretch of five seasons in which he caught 576 passes for 7,646 yards and 59 touchdowns — but he’s found a way to impress in a crowded Tampa Bay offense in 2021. Picking up from where he left off down the stretch of the 2020 regular season, AB is on pace for well over 1,000 yards and just exploded for 124 yards and two scores in Week 5.
And because those Pittsburgh days are a thing of the past, so too is his PA residence. According to Paul Guggenheimer of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Brown found a buyer for his five-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion in the Pittsburgh area at 103 Silver Pines Drive (h/t Claudine Zap of Realtor.com). Though it was a big sale — Brown took home $1.4 million in the deal — he lost a fair amount all in all, having purchased the property in 2014 for $1.9 million.
This may have been for a number of reasons, including the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on the market, the “unusual” nature of the home and some negative attention that had been brought on the home, including when neighbors complained of two-foot-tall patches of grass on parts of the property (via Guggenheimer). The house had originally hit the market in 2019 with a price tag of $2.3 million.
Still, there’s a ton to like about the awesome spot, including these features:
— Five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home with nearly 9,000 square feet of space
— A sports court, artificial turf field and two-story treehouse
— A “grand living room area” featuring a “lovely fireplace”
— A master bedroom with a private balcony and a sitting area with a fireplace
— An “expansive” finished basement with a theater, gym, sauna, steam shower and full bath
Brown currently lives in his $6.6 million Fort Lauderdale mansion, according to Realtor.com, with 18,000 square feet of space and features such as a pool, elevator, gym, theater and “personal synagogue.”