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Adrian Peterson Tries To Sell Another House As Court Judgment Payment Looms

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Adrian Peterson, who has been ordered by a New York court to pay $8.3 million to a business that loaned the Lions running back $5.2 million in 2016, has now listed another Houston house that he owns. Real estate records reveal that Peterson sold a 10,500 sq. ft. Woodlands, Texas house back in December that he’d been trying to sell for four years.

Now ‘All Day’ is trying to sell off an even bigger Texas house. This time it’s an 11,384 sq. ft. house featuring 11 total bedrooms and 10 1/2 bathrooms with an asking price of $5,300,000. This property features a guest house with four bedrooms, a complete kitchen and living space that opens to the pool.

There’s more. The house, listed by Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, also features putting greens, a freshwater pool, a dog run and five garage spaces.

From Peterson’s realtor:

YOUR SEARCH IS OVER! This extraordinary secluded estate encompasses 3.5+ acres in the exclusive Rivercrest Estates in West Houston. This ultra-luxurious estate offers living on a palatial scale complete with soaring ceilings & sophisticated architectural details. The walled compound includes a 7 BDRM main house, 4 BDRM guest house & a professional sports complex with a newly renovated indoor basketball court with bleachers, pro-equipped gym & hydrotherapy immersion tanks. Main house features include a owners retreat with lavish bath and incredible closets, stately reception areas with wine bar, rotunda aquarium, elevator, playroom, 2 offices, private theatre & Mackenzie Childs inspired billiard entertaining area complete with a wet bar for a king & queen.

Let’s be honest here, this is the house you buy if your mother-in-law needs to live on the same property and there’s no way she’s living under your roof. You throw her out in that $500k guest house and tell her Panera will deliver lunch on a daily basis.

Don’t have a mother-in-law to avoid? Great! Buy this place and throw some massive TikTok rager. Get creative. There’s plenty of space to spread out and really create some content.

Mortgage: $17,500 or so before you start talking about the A/C bill. You need a healthy income to pay those taxes and buy toilet paper for those 10 1/2 bathrooms.

via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC
via Realtor.com / Kathryn Robinson with Compass RE Texas, LLC

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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  1. athletes lose their fortunes in many ways, but i’m beginning to see that athletes have misused their ‘celebrity improvement’ in their realty purchases.

    how many rich people want to buy an inflated celebrity house with no proof the celebrity actually used the house, much less lived in it.

    remove the celebrity name and then what is a house worth.

    AP can’t be this broke, but .:. OMG 🙃

    • Yup I have seen this systemic racism with my own eyes at the bank…when I take out a high interest rate loan to purchase a 10 bathroom house I can’t afford…I just say ‘white privilege’ and the bank cancels my debt right there.

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