A Paradise Valley mansion once owned by NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner is on the market for $3.25 million.
The 11,300-square-foot home comes with an elevator, seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a 24-foot-high foyer, grand circular staircase, a theater and billiards room.
The former Arizona Cardinals quarterback sold the house for $2.55 million to S Development in 2013, according to public real estate records.
“This one-of-a-kind Paradise Valley home was featured on HGTV’s 'Celebrity Homes,'” said Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty agent Jean Michel Edery, who has the listing with Frank Aazami.
The estate also has a 62-foot lap pool and guest house.
Warner, who played in three Super Bowls, is now an analyst for the NFL Network.
He and his wife, author Brenda Warner, opened Treasure House in Glendale. It’s a Christian-based residential home for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.