In Pictures: Aaron Rodgers' $28M Malibu home spans 4,636 square feet with an astonishing ocean view
Aaron Rodgers, who is currently seeking a trade to the New York Jets, has been in the NFL for nearly two decades. Rodgers, unquestionably one of the best quarterbacks in the game, has amassed a sizeable net worth over the years. Of course, some of this is due to the 39-year-old's investments.
Rodgers' Malibu luxury home, which he purchased with then-girlfriend Danica Patrick for $28 million in 2020, is one of his most beautiful properties. The house has a wonderful ocean view as well as an amazing funicular to the beach.
With 4636 square feet of space and sleek interiors, the beachfront home is ideal for relaxing.
The Mediterranean-inspired mansion covers half an acre of land and comes with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, all styled accordingly.
Interestingly, Rodgers and Patrick paid all cash for the villa when they purchased it in 2020.
One highlight of the house is the stunning outdoor area, where one can relax and enjoy the sea view. The windows are ceiling-to-wall, aiming to maximize the vibe and view of the ocean.
Moreover, it's possible to access the beach via direct stairs.
There is also a dining area inside and outside.
The kitchen is stylish, complete with an island counter and dining table. All perfectly styled, the home also boasts a backyard with another seating area.
The house is divided into two parts, the main, three-story home, and a two-bedroom guest house with a garage. The upstairs bathroom has a private balcony to go with it.
The mansion has an underground lounge and a media room, as well as an ocean-view office space.
NFL trade rumors: When will Aaron Rodgers sign with the New York Jets?
Two weeks ago, Aaron Rodgers revealed his interest in signing for the New York Jets. Rodgers said he was ready to embrace a new chapter in his life, adding that the Green Bay Packers were ready to move on from their franchise quarterback.
In a recent Q&A, NFL insider Albert Breer shared his insights on the potential Aaron Rodgers trade:
"I think it happens sooner than people think, because I don’t think things between the Packers and Jets are in nearly as bad a place as some seem to believe they are."
"So have patience Jets fans, your quarterback is coming," Breed added.