The mansion of Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph is on the market for those looking for a home in Wayzata.
People who have been dreaming about living like an NFL star can get a step closer to that goal if they have a few million dollars sitting around and a desire to live like Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph.
According to a post on SFGate.com as provided by Realtor.com, Rudolph’s mansion in Wayzata, Minnesota is officially on the market and it can be owned if a prospective buyer can afford the $3,395,000 price tag.
The five-bedroom property covers 8,052 sq. ft. is set on 3.73 acres and has vaulted ceilings, a four-season porch, gourmet kitchen, fireplace, pool, and an amazing view of nature. However, the luxury of Rudolph’s former home doesn’t stop there.
More features include an amazing man cave, a movie theater, a wine cellar, a bar area, two laundry rooms, and a home gym. This house would be an absolute treat for any sports fan or lover of luxury. Plus, knowing it belonged to a two-time Pro Bowl Minnesota Vikings tight end.
For a sweet video tour of the house, check out a video on the Bleacher Report website.
The bigger question is what this sale might mean for Kyle Rudolph’s career with the Minnesota Vikings. Recently, The Viking Age speculated about the future of Rudolph in purple and gold and this listing adds more fuel to the fire of those who believe he may be on his way out the door in Minnesota.
The truth of the matter is that there could be a number of reasons the Rudolph family may be looking for a new place to hang their hats which have absolutely nothing to do with his NFL employment. In fact, it could be the need for the family to have a change of scenery, desire for a change in lifestyle, or to test the waters for a possible future sale.
While it is interesting that Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph is putting his home up for sale, fans shouldn’t read too much into the listing. Hopefully, he can be a part of the purple and gold family for a long, long time.