- The seven-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom ranch is located in central Florida, near Orlando.
- The house was built in 1986, but was completely remodeled three years ago.
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New England Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon is looking to sell his home in Winter Garden, Florida, with an asking price of $3.6 million.
DailyMail.com has obtained photos of the seven-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom ranch-style home that sits between Orlando and the shores of Lake Apopka. by Devore Design.
But aside from its 7,700 square feet of space and 1.5-acre lot, the property boasts a number of distinctive features, including a half-basketball court and a swimming pool. There are even solar panels for anyone looking to save energy costs in the Sunshine State.
According real estate agent.comThe house was built in 1986 and completely renovated in 2021.
After the remodel, the property now features marble counters, new appliances, and a covered terrace with seating for 30 people.
New England Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon sells his Florida home for $3.6 million
There is a pizza oven, ice maker, and several outdoor grilling stations, ideal for entertaining.
After a remodel, the property features marble counters, new appliances, and a covered terrace.
One of the key features is a huge bathroom with a huge double shower and cabinet area.
The seven-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home is located between Orlando and the shores of Lake Apopka.
The home includes a half basketball court and a pool for the new owners to enjoy in the summer.
New England Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon looking to get rid of Florida home
There is also a pizza oven, ice maker, and several outdoor grilling stations, making Judon’s home perfect for entertaining.
Judon has one more season left on his four-year, $54 million contract after succumbing to a season-ending biceps injury in 2023.
Judon suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of the Patriots’ 38-3 loss to Dallas in October. His absence was a blow to the New England defense, which lost its best pass rusher and one of its captains.
Before that, Judon missed just four of a possible 118 games during his eight-year NFL career that began with Baltimore in 2016.