What the heck have I been doing with my life? Surely had I stayed after practice in high school I could have been good enough to stick on someone’s NFL roster so I could afford a pad as nice as this one.
Damn you, Allen Iverson!
This home belonged to cornerback Joselio Hanson, an undrafted free agent from the class of 2003 who has largely been a nobody amongst the NFL ranks. Yet, he made enough money for this dream home so we can’t hate on him too much.
That’s a 6,100 sq ft house with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. There’s even a putting green and a basketball court. This isn’t a home–this is paradise.
If I didn’t know any better, I’d have thought God himself lived here.
Talk about real life house goals.
If you’re looking to buy, this joint is in Calabasas, Calif. and costs $4 million. But considering all of the amenities, it’s well worth the cost.
For the record, Hanson played for San Francisco and Oakland with six years in Philadelphia sandwiched in between. His best season came in 2008 when he caught one interception, recorded 28 tackles and returned a fumble for a score (96 yards).