NFL quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has re-listed his Pittsburgh-area contemporary traditional home. The property is now being marketed at $2.295 million: a more than $400,000 price drop over the previous ask.
The property occupies 5 acres of bucolic land in Hampton, Pennsylvania. The spacious eight-bedroom mansion is tucked back behind mature trees and a gate that opens to a private curving driveway.
Inside and out, the residence is ideal for entertaining. The grand formal living space, accented with soaring ceilings and a statement-making floor-to-ceiling fireplace, is perfect for gatherings, and the large formal dining room and the two-story kitchen equipped with top-of-the-line appliances are catering-ready. The home’s family-oriented and leisure features include a large playroom and an advanced golf simulator.
Outside, the living style is designed around an extravagant pool with a waterfall feature, a small grotto, and a swim-up bar. An outdoor kitchen and a living space with a fire pit augment this essential component of long summer evenings.
Roethlisberger has been with the Steelers since 2004.