Richard Sherman Buys Jamal Crawford's Seattle-Area Mansion for $2.3 Million

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJune 11, 2014

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Richard Sherman signed a large extension with the Seattle Seahawks last month, so he can afford to splurge on a few things, such as a house.

The Seahawks cornerback recently bought Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford's Seattle-area mansion for $2.31 million, according to SeattlePI.com's Nick Eaton. Crawford bought the house for $3.231 million back in 2006, according to Zillow's Emily Heffter.

Just by looking at the living room with a triple-height ceiling, it looks like Sherman will have a nice place to relax.

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The 9,435-square-foot home has many cool features, according to Redfin.

There's a pretty cool game room:

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Sherman's new house also comes with an indoor pool and hot tub:

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Seeing as how Crawford plays in the NBA, it's only fitting that his former residence has a basketball court:

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Those aren't the only awesome amenities in the house. The mansion includes a private deck for every bedroom, a personal beauty salon, two floor-to-ceiling stone fireplaces, a gated entrance and a security system with cameras. 

It's been a busy year for Sherman. Since February, he's won the Super Bowl, signed a nice extension and been voted to be on the cover of Madden 15. That's not a bad four months.

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