Yesterday, it was announced that Antonio Brown’s Pittsburgh mansion would hit the market for $2.3 million. There wasn’t much use for it after being traded from the Steelers this past spring to the Raiders. (And then he was cut by the Patriots after getting traded to New England for almost fighting Oakland GM Mike Mayock) One eye-catching amenity of the Pittsburgh mansion is the two-story treehouse. Brown ended up being traded to the Patriots after that after his argument with General Manager Mike Mayock.
AB is ready to part ways with his Oakland mansion as well as according to TMZ Sports, it’s available to be purchased for $$3,375,000. The home is 4,199 square-feet, has six beds, 5.5 bathrooms, and a master suite. A walk-in closet, marble bathroom, pool, and hot tub are the other notable amenities.
It looks like AB wasn’t quick to buy a mansion in the Massachusetts area after being with the Patriots for just one game. He didn’t even play in one with the Raiders. He still has a $6.6 million Miami mansion that he bought in 2016 though. Flip the pages to check out photos of the one in Oakland that just hit the market.