Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown just sold his ‘treehouse’ estate for $1.4 million


Well, it's clear Tampa Bay Buccaneer wide receiver Antonio Brown isn't leaving Florida any time soon.

The Super Bow LV champ recently sold his suburban Pennsylvania mansion for $1.4 million, reports Triblive.com.

Located at 103 Silver Pines Dr., in Pine, the 8,797-square-foot home comes with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a home theater, a gym, a sauna, a steam shower, an outdoor sport court, an artificial turf field, and the best part: a two-story, one-bedroom treehouse.

The treehouse, which is accessible via a spiral staircase, was featured on Season 11 of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters,” and was meant to resemble a luxury skybox, boasting floor to ceiling windows, a loft, a living area, a bar, and a bathroom.

Last May, Brown, signed a one-year $6.25 million contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As of now, Brown's main residence is in Fort Lauderdale.

Amy Smith with Coldwell Banker Realty was the the listing agent, and Shane Smith with Coldwell Banker Realty represented the buyer.

Photos via Realtor.com