NFL Receiver Antonio Brown’s former mansion lists for $4M
The 8,800-sf home in Pine, PA has a sky-box treehouse
The luxe suburban mansion once owned by Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is up for sale.
The current owners listed the Pine Township mansion at 103 Silver Pines Drive near Cranberry Township and Wexford for $3.9 million, the Pittsburgh Business Times reported.
Lisa Haberstroh of RE/MAX Realty Brokers has the listing.
The 8,800-square-foot mansion, which sits on 3 acres, has undergone a complete remodel, featuring tall ceilings, expansive windows, and an open concept design.
The kitchen on the first floor boasts two double islands, one made from exclusive, imported marble from Antolini Luigi in Italy. A unique touch includes a backlit rare white gemstone, imported from Israel, integrated into one of the islands.
The mansion’s outdoor space features a fenced-in yard, an in-ground pool, and sports courts with a basketball court and a turf field. Slightly further afield stands a guest house in the style of a sky-box tree house, with a bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, and lounge area.
Brown last played in the NFL in 2021, after winning the Super Bowl with a Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers the previous year.
The former All-Pro twice led the NFL in receiving yards while he was with the Steelers, though he gained further notoriety for his erratic off-field behavior, which included allegations of sexual assault, as well as claims that he failed to pay contractors and employees for their work.
— Ted Glanzer