Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/19/14

You know what doesn’t make sense about the $2,000,000 mansion that Mario Williams just bought in Orchard Park, NY? The place has the biggest library we’ve seen in modern athlete house history. Who knew Mario was such a fan of hardbacks? Not us. The guy signs a $100 million deal with the Bills and decides he can’t live without a two-story library.

Hell yes, we’d rip out the bookcases & build a climbing wall. But, that’s just us.

According to the Buffalo News, this place used to be owned by a personal injury lawyer who is in jail for ripping off clients.

Built by Bernas in 2005, the two-story house includes a weight room, two laundry rooms, enormous walk-in closets, a bathroom with a whirlpool and white Greek columns, a spiral central staircase, fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, a big modern kitchen, a two-floor library and study, and a four-car garage. The home is set on 10.2 acres.

And then the Buffalo News doesn’t post a gallery of what Mario got for his $2 million. Tsk, tsk, old media. You have to go house hunting on Trulia.

Highlights of Mario Williams’ Orchard Park Pad:

• 5 bed; 5 full bath, 3 partials

• Breathtaking millwork!

• Look at that grand staircase!

• Oh, a pool!

• The batsh*t craziest living room we’ve ever seen

• 8.4 miles to Barnes & Noble

• 21 miles to Whole Foods

Paid: $2,000,000

Mortgage: $8,000/mo. depending on the down payment


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