Cardinals RB Adrian Peterson Continues to Cut Price on Houston-Area Home
Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesIt hasn’t exactly been a banner year for Arizona Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson.
His season on the football field hasn’t gone according to plan. After inking an off-season deal with the New Orleans Saints, the former Minnesota Vikings All-Pro struggled and was traded midseason to the Arizona Cardinals, with whom he’s put up middling numbers.
And off the field, his Woodlands, TX, mansion has taken a major hit in price. The seven-bedroom, 13-bathroom mansion was once listed for $8.5 million, but it has had three price reductions this year. It’s currently available for the discounted price of $5.3 million.
Drivewayrealtor.comPoolrealtor.comThe property sits on 9 acres of wooded land that backs into a private reserve. Custom-built in 2004, the home is rich with features and amenities, according to listing agent Beth Cassidy.
The mansion has five fireplaces, a large chef’s kitchen, two outdoor kitchens and a pizza oven, a two-story library, walk-in wine cellar, guest quarters with separate entrance, and beautiful master suite with spacious show closets.
There’s also a full bar with a game room and media room attached. The upstairs balcony overlooks the grounds, which include a resort-style pool with swim-up bar and seating.
Despite his injuries and off-field issues, Peterson will go down as one of the most dominant running backs in the NFL. He won the league’s Most Valuable Player award in 2012 after becoming just the seventh player to amass 2,000 rushing yards in a season—his 2,097 yards were the second most in a season ever.
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