One of the Colt’s great players, Dwight Freeney is known for tackling quarterbacks. Now, Freeney is tackling the world of real estate as he looks to sell his lavish, $4.4 million mansion in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

A Glimpse Inside the Mansion

Dwight Freeney Living Room

On, the images of Freeney’s house paint a picture of a luxurious, classy, modern mansion. 

With soaring ceilings in the living area, a gray neutral palette offers a cool and relaxing environment. The eye is drawn to the architecturally-stunning windows, the massive slave fireplace, or the swirling light fixture that adds a pop of modern whimsy overhead. 

The master bedroom maintains the same gray and neutral palette, once again relying on a whimsical and modern light fixture to be an eye-popping feature overhead. With textured walls, gray wooden floors, and trey ceiling, the bedroom blends luxury, modernity, and just that hint of sensuality. 

The master bathroom recalls a spa, with space to spare and three arched windows offering a relaxing bather a view of the beautiful property.

With a pool, outdoor kitchen, and a massive walk-in master closet, this beautifully appointed Florida mansion is sure to be snatched up soon, despite the jaw-dropping price tag.

Freeney Is a Man of Talent and Taste

Dwight Freeney Dining Room

Per, “Freeney, 40, starred in college at Syracuse University before he was drafted in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts. He went on to star for the Colts for a decade, earning All-Pro honors three times and helping to lead the team to victory in Super Bowl XLI in 2007.

After leaving the Colts, he bounced around with four different teams in five seasons and retired after the 2017 season.”

And with the decor on display at his gorgeous Florida home, it’s clear that Freeney’s talents aren’t limited to the football field. 

The Pricetag Is $4.4 Million

Dwight Freeney House

After viewing pictures of the property, it’s obvious why this beautiful and luxurious retreat is selling for such a large sum. Although Florida doesn’t have the clout of West Coast real estate hot spots like Beverly Hills, the East Coast still offers something for the wealthy looking to buy a slice of heaven.