(WXYZ) — After agreeing to part ways from the Detroit Lions, quarterback Matthew Stafford has officially placed his Bloomfield Hills mansion for sale for a whopping $6.5 million.
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The listing was posted to Zillow on Monday.
The post calls for the "ultimate entertainer" to take over the Stafford family's Michigan home.
"Detroit is sad to say goodbye to Kelly and Matthew Stafford, but Michigan's most magnificent estate is awaiting the ultimate entertainer," the listing reads.
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The home sits on 1.27 acres and boasts five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half-baths. There's a finished basement, spa, glass elevator and private pool, all surrounded by a waterfront view.
Photos of the mansion can also be viewed on realtor.com.