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Buy Eli Manning’s Charming Oxford, Mississippi House

Eli Manning has been on a property purge over the last nine months or so. His New Jersey house was listed in August 2020 for $5.25 million and is currently pending while his charming Oxford, Mississippi house was listed Friday morning with an asking price of $3,800,000.

The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom estate located just 2.7 miles from Vaught Hemingway Stadium was built in 2009 and is pretty much an extension of a Grove party: class, elegance, charm, a real southern masterpiece where could live the good and quiet life.

Now someone else gets to live like Ole Miss royalty.

Normally I’d bang on a house for not having a spot for a guy to get away and be a guy. A room where a guy can spill a drink and not worry about it leaving a mark. A house where a guy can get some grease on his hands. A spot where a guy can tinker. This isn’t the house. This is where you walk around the house in the best clothes you can find in Dallas boutique stores.

This is where you tinker with slices of cheese and read a good book. This is where you relax on the porch while the ceiling fans move the air and you wave to neighbors walking their Doodles.

From Eli’s realtor Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw:

Deep in the heart of the Old Country Club neighborhood; materials sourced from the most exquisite vendors, this home is truly a masterpiece! Every detail has been meticulously thought through and executed to perfection! This estate offers over 7, 000 square feet of living space, multiple fireplaces, tons of open space for entertaining! Enjoy afternoons on the wrap around front porch or on the back screened in patio looking out at the beautiful pool! This home also boasts a wine cellar that will excite any enthusiast! With all of the luxuries this home has to offer, you are sure to be impressed!

Mortgage: approximately $16,000 a month before you pay the lawn care crew.

Eli Manning Oxford Mississippi house for sale
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw
via Realtor.com / Mark Cleary – Cannon Cleary McGraw with Cannon Cleary McGraw

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. Looks like a museum…even the weight room — is it okay to sweat in there? Can’t move around.
    Gotta knock out some walls and combine some rooms…expensive remodel.
    The only room halfway decent is the next to last photo of a rustic room not cluttered with furniture.
    Gonna leave my Biden Bucks in the bank a while longer, I guess.

  2. Boys, you’re missing the point. This house is about location. You use this as a second home for Ole Miss athletics weekends. You’ll spend most of your time in the grove or on Oxford’s old town square hitting up the bars.

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