Eli Manning’s New Jersey mansion hits market for $5.25 million

Former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has tossed his Summit, NJ, mansion onto the market.

After retiring from the NFL earlier this year, the two-time Super Bowl champion is also moving on from his longtime home. If you’re a Giants fan with plenty of cash, you can now score Manning’s upscale abode for $5.25 million.

The longtime QB picked up the place in Union County in 2014 for $4.7 million. He and his wife then completely renovated and restored the 1904 Georgian Revival.

The updated residence now has no less than 9,000 square feet of interior space, complete with antique charm, modern conveniences, and high-end finishes.

With six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and four half-bathrooms, the house has space enough for an entire team. The full layout includes a fireside dining room, a sun-filled formal living room, and an oversized family room. A gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances looks out to a breakfast room.

The spacious master suite has two dressing rooms and a marble bath.


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