Inside Russell Wilson & Ciara’s $25 Million Denver Mansion

The Broncos quarterback just bought the most expensive single-family home in Denver history.

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It’s getting Dangeruss in Denver, as Russell Wilson and his pop singer wife Ciara have purchased the most expensive single-family home in the Colorado capital’s history for a whopping $25 million.

The former Seahawks, now Broncos quarterback’s 20,060-foot mansion resides on 5.34 acres in Englewood on the outskirts of Denver, about 24 minutes from Wilson’s new home stadium, Empower Field at Mile High.

According TMZ, the four-bedroom, 12-bathroom property features a nine-car garage, a 2,590 square-foot indoor pool, game room, and a full basketball court.

The Wilsons’ Colorado crib is nearly twice the size of their previous 11,104-square-foot abode in Seattle.

Though with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, an elevator, and two acres of private beaches/gardens on Lake Washington’s shoreline, the power couple and their three kids definitely weren’t slumming it in the Emerald City.

The Denver deal smashed the previous records for the city’s most expensive homeβ€”a $16 million Four Seasons penthouse, and the former $15.7 million mansion of ex-Broncos coach Mike Shanahan.

Take a closer looks inside the Wilsons’ kitchen, dining and living rooms, foyer and more courtesy of tweets rounded up by BroBible: