Matthew and Kelly Stafford will be leaving Michigan soon as both the Detroit Lions and their quarterback of the last 12 seasons mutually agreed to part ways. Now, the Stafford’s ritzy mansion is back on the market, listed for $6.5 million dollars.
The 7,000-square-foot house in the affluent suburb of Bloomfield Hills, just north of Detroit, has more than 400 feet of frontage along Upper Long Lake.
The Staffords, who have four young kids, originally listed the home for the same price last summer because they wanted to find a place with less water.
The 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom home has the largest residential infinity pool in Michigan, according to the manufacturer. It comes complete with a cascading waterfall over the side.
Private gated entry
625 bottle wine cellar
Another feature you won’t find anywhere else than this house, which was built in 1980, is the indoor half basketball court. But it’s not just any court. The flooring is the original court the Detroit Pistons played on when they were at the Pontiac Silverdome. This court was already inside the home when the Staffords purchased it.
Matthew & Kelly Stafford
1867 Long Pointe Drive
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
Original listing ($6.5 million dollars)