The Chicago Bears linebacker Khalil Mack has placed his home in San Ramon, CA, on the market. The fearsome defender is asking $2.88 million for the suburban spread.
Should the three-time All-Pro sell the place for anywhere near the asking price, he’ll pocket a hefty profit on the investment. He purchased the upscale estate in 2015 for $1,725,000, while he was starring for the Oakland Raiders. He was traded to the Bears in 2018, and is now ready to leave the Bay Area behind for good.
The trade happened just before the regular season three years ago. Some of his family members and his dog remained in San Ramon after the All-Pro quickly left for Chicago, according to NBC Sports.
East Bay abode
Built in 2013, the stately residence is located in the gated community of Norris Canyon Estates in the East Bay. The premium corner lot on nearly an acre features a four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home with 3,641 square feet of living space.
The luxury residence takes in views of rolling hills and city lights from multiple windows. Along with a living room with a fireplace, the layout includes a formal dining room and an eat-in kitchen. The kitchen serves up Viking appliances, quartz counters, and a slab island with bar seating.
Upstairs, a spacious primary suite opens from a rotunda entrance, and comes with a custom, walk-in closet and an en suite, spa-style bathroom.
Other features of the home include a family room, home theater, hardwood floors, solar panels, and an upstairs laundry room.
The living area extends outside. The landscaped backyard has been equipped with low-maintenance, drought-resistant plants, concrete patios, two pergolas, and a gas fire pit, perfect for alfresco entertainment year-round. There’s also an attached three-car garage.
Mack, 30, a native of Florida, played college ball at the University of Buffalo. The Raiders selected the All-American as a first-round draft pick in 2014. After he was dealt to the Bears, he signed a six-year, $141 million contract extension, becoming the highest-paid defensive player at the time.
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Real estate deals
In November, the six-time Pro Bowler was sidelined due to injury, after playing seven games this season. He’s since undergone foot surgery and turned his focus to the real estate game.
He recently sold his Glencoe, IL, mansion for $3.9 million, the Chicago Tribune reported. The sale earned him a small profit on the 15-room estate, which he purchased brand-new in 2018 for $3.75 million.
According to the Tribune, the Bears star now owns a three-bedroom condo on Chicago’s Gold Coast, which he scooped up in March for $6.85 million.
Maria Afzal with Keller Williams Palo Alto holds the San Ramon listing.