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Former Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, who led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowl titles, is selling his home in the Napa Valley wine country for $35 million.
The 9,700-square-foot home sits on 500 acres. According to Zillow.com, it has just three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. But there’s a lot more.
You too can live like a Hall of Fame NFL quarterback.Yahoo!Sports is reporting that legendary San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana is selling his 9,700-square-foot, 500-acre estate in Northern California’s wine country for $35 million. Montana originally wanted $49 million for the home, which has three bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
49ers went on to become the dominant NFL team of the '80s
First, some stats and facts about this weekend's winners:
- Also known as Tom “Freakin’” Brady and ‘Joe Montana if Joe Montana had been hot’
- Has 3 Super Bowl rings, 2 League MVPs and 2 Super Bowl MVPs, 300 TD passes and 1 Supermodel
- He’s been on the cover of Esquire magazine and GQ; has not been on the cover of Cat Fancy
- He’s married to one...
Amid reports that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his wife have moved into a brand-new $20 million mansion, Brady’s boyhood idol is trying to sell some real estate of his own for slightly more money than that. Joe Montana’s 9,700-square-foot, 500-acre spread in Northern California’s wine country can be yours for only $35 million, via…
There are moments in a sports fans life, more importantly, a football fans life which define them and the team they follow. For fans of the San Francisco 49ers those instances have come in abundance over the last 30-years. For those not in the know, it was three decades ago last week that Joe Montana hit Dwight Clark for the go ahead touchdown pass against the Dallas Cowboys and...
The NFL’s surging television ratings show no sign of slowing down. In the early game, CBS Sports announced that Ravens-Patriots drew an average overnight household rating of 29.1, which was the highest for an afternoon AFC Championship since January 23, 1994, when Joe Montana leading the Chiefs against the Bills drew a 29.5 rating. And…