Aaron Rodgers Just Bought A $9.5 Million New Jersey Mansion—Here’s A Look Inside

The superstar NFL quarterback’s luxe new pad is just 20 minutes away from his new home field at the Jets’ MetLife Stadium.

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Aaron Rodgers looks to be transitioning from the Green Bay Packers to the New York Jets nicely, as the superstar NFL quarterback just purchased a multimillion-dollar mansion in New Jersey.

The Daily Mail, which broke the news of the New York Jets QB’s luxury real estate purchase, reports that he picked up the eight-bedroom, ten-bathroom abode in June for $9.5 million after signing a $112.5-million, $75 million-guaranteed deal with the Jets through 2025.

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The home is just a 20-minute jaunt away from Rodgers’ new home field at MetLife Stadium and features views of the NYC skyline both outside and in, thanks to a plethora of windowed walls.

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The abundance of natural light easily illuminates the interior, which features an open floor plan that’s finished largely in white and accented by other neutral colors like gray and black.

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Amenities include a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry that’s adjoined to a large center island with bar seating, a luxurious primary suite with a spa-style bathroom, home office, media room, gym, guest suite with private entrance, wine cellar, three-car garage with an EV charging station, and a whole-house generator supplemented by solar panels. Outside, there’s a large patio area designed for al fresco dining and room for a pool.

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New of Rodgers’ real estate portfolio addition comes after the NFL’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, an annual exhibition game held the weekend of the NFL Hall of Fame ceremonies.

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The Jets lost 16-21 in their first preseason matchup against the Cleveland Browns, and while Rodgers didn’t play, he did participate from the sidelines with a headset. During the third quarter, he even took the time to do an an interview with the NBC broadcasters, who asked him about his certain induction into the Hall of Fame, which will occur five years after he retires.

“The Hall’s a special place with so much great history. I grew up wearing out my VHS tape of Super Bowl highlights,” Rodgers said.

“This is what I’ve always wanted to do, to have this fun opportunity here. I had 18 great years in Green Bay, a storied franchise. And then to have that at the end of the road, it’s going to be pretty special.”

Until then, he can enjoy a short commute to Jets practice from his $9.5 million New Jersey pad.