Two-time Super Bowl champ Von Miller is selling his Denver-area mansion for $4,125,000.
The star linebacker picked up the suburban spread while playing for the Denver Broncos. He paid $925,000 for the trophy home in 2012. The All-Pro added some custom touches, including a game room, home theater, and bar.
The mansion boasts a bespoke 1,488-square-foot, walk-in closet. It’s the ideal space to showcase Miller’s many looks, from T-shirts to destroyed jeans, to his massive footwear collection. The impressive closet was even featured in a GQ Sports video.
After his midseason trade from the Broncos in 2021, Miller is now ready to move on from his classy closet—and his ritzy residence.
Two homes, one compound
The Denver suburb of Foxfield is about 20 miles south of Empower Field at Mile High, where the Broncos play their home games.
Miller’s gated estate on 4.25 landscaped acres features two ranch houses connected on the first floor by an interior hallway. The huge estate spans 18,745 square feet and has a whopping 36 rooms.
Von Miller’s Colorado compound
The original property comes with four bedrooms and five bathrooms on the upper floor, plus an additional bedroom and two baths on the lower level.
The kitchen features a large island and adjoins the great room with a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling stone wall. There’s also a formal dining room, home office, and den.
Living room with a fireplace
The oversized primary suite comes with a fireplace, patio access, and spa bath, along with the custom closet.
The finished basement has been totally done up, with a wraparound bar, home theater, and game room.
There’s even more! Connected to the original home is a 2018 build with three more bedrooms and five more bathrooms on the main floor. Floor-to-ceiling folding doors open to a patio and a water feature outside. The open floor plan features a great room, as well as a gym, steam room, and primary suite.
Outdoor living space
On the lower level, there’s a vented cigar lounge as well as an LED-backlit wall.
Outside, there’s a sport court, fireplace and grill, and concrete patio. There’s an eight-car garage and plenty of space for a recreational vehicle.
A Texas native, Miller played college ball at Texas A&M and received All-American honors.
The Broncos selected Miller as the No. 2 draft pick overall in 2011. He played in Denver for a decade and helped lead the team to victory in Super Bowl 50. Last year, he was traded to the Los Angeles Rams and was an integral member of their Super Bowl–winning squad. In March, the free agent agreed to a six-year, $120 million deal with the Buffalo Bills.
In addition to his Colorado abode, the poultry science major also owns a chicken ranch in Texas.