Peyton Manning's $5 Million Denver Mansion Comes Fully Loaded

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Peyton Manning is moving to Denver! Well, we already knew that, but now we know what his new house will look like.

According to TMZ.com, the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback spent $4.575 million on a home in the ritzy Cherry Hills Village.

The home has 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and offers 16,464 square feet of living space. And if TMZ is right about the price, Manning scored himself quite the deal: It was listed for $4.995 million!

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The Georgian-style home sits on 3.37 acres of well-manicured grounds with mature trees and gardens, a veranda, and patio with a built-in grill. The estate offers all of the staples of high-end luxury homes: a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, a master bath with heated floor, wet bars, an exercise room, a media/theater room and a billiards room.

But, wait, there's more!

It has an attached dog-room with an indoor/outdoor heated kennel, a seven-car heated garage, and LCD screens installed throughout. How Manning will fit with the Denver Broncos remains to be seen, but we can certainly guess that he'll be comfortable at home.

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