The man of steel -- no, not Superman you sillyheads, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw -- is ready to say goodbye to his home in Bradenton. The legendary Steeler (can you tell we're fans?) is hoping to sell his 5,000-square-foot house that sits within the Jack Nicklaus-designed Concession Golf Course for $1.4 million.
The four-bedroom Mediterranean style estate is wired for surround sound and has a refrigerated wine room and gourmet kitchen. It sits on about a half-acre that overlooks the greenbelt and has an outdoor kitchen, pool and spa, and a detached guesthouse.
The place looks empty in the photos on Realtor.com, which has us wondering where the Blonde Bomber (can we still call the balding Bradshaw that?) is headed. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989 and amusing us on Fox’s "NFL Sunday" these days, Bradshaw led the Steelers to four Super Bowl titles before retiring in 1984.
As far as ex-football players go, Bradshaw remains one of the most popular. In 2007, he ranked as the top former pro-baller in the Davie-Brown Index, which surveys consumers to measure a celebrity’s appeal and trust level. And this is a guy who sold used cars to supplement his income during the early years with the Steelers. Go figure.
The listing is shared by Tom Cail and Jason Grande of Michael Saunders & Co.
Photo courtesy of Realtor.com.