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Take A Peek Inside Peyton Manning’s Mansion

Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside of Peyton Manning’s $4.575 million dollar mansion in Cherry Hills Village?

The 16,464-square-foot estate has seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three partial bathrooms.

The five-time NFL MVP actually got a good deal — the house was originally bought in 2005 for $5.7 million, according to Inside Real Estate News.

 

Photos: Courtesy of Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty

 

The gate to Manning’s mansion.
The gate to Manning's new mansion.

The house features some lovely landscaping out front.

The house features some lovely landscaping out front.

A view from the backyard.

A view from the backyard.

Peyton can host team barbecues.

Peyton can host team barbecues.

 

A second-floor balcony.

A second-floor balcony.

The estate comes with 3.4 acres of land.

The estate comes with 3.4 acres of land.

The foyer.

The foyer.

An opposite view of the foyer.

An opposite view of the foyer.

A well-lit sitting area.

A well-lit sitting area.

One of the seven full bathrooms.

One of the seven full bathrooms.

 

One of the seven bedrooms in the house.

 

One of the seven bedrooms in the house.

A different sitting area, with a piano.

A different sitting area, with a piano.

 

The kitchen and dining area.

The kitchen and dining area.

A different view of the kitchen.

A different view of the kitchen.

The house also includes an elevator on all three levels.

The house also includes an elevator on all three levels.

Another dining area.

Another dining area.

An office.

An office.

Yet another office.

Yet another office.

The billiard room.

The billiard room.

Peyton’s new wine cellar.

Peyton's new wine cellar.

47 comments
Colin Matthew Miller
Colin Matthew Miller

I would like to know ONE justifiable reason one family needs a 16.4k sq ft house...

Jen Symank
Jen Symank

Pretty sure he wasn't even anywhere near Colorado this time of year, probably at his Indiana mansion.

Corey J. Wesley
Corey J. Wesley

Class warfare. Pheonix you don't want people to live in poverty, correct? But you despise those who have earned and achieved much. So which is it? Should we all be guilted into being poor? To whose standards?

Michael Hayes
Michael Hayes

Yo i knew the last owners, the house on the inside is pretty nice

Debby Neubaum Lehan Brady
Debby Neubaum Lehan Brady

He's made some right choices in his life and deserves to have a nice home for his family. Well deserved Peyton.

Anthony Frey
Anthony Frey

I also wonder Pheonix, do you even know how much in charitable donations, not to mention time, Peyton Manning does in the community? What ever you do, I'm sure it pales in comparison.

Anthony Frey
Anthony Frey

I Don't serve in the military just for the pay.

Anthony Frey
Anthony Frey

and we really criminalize the poor....right. No country on earth provides more food programs like the United States. I find it hard to believe that a law recently had to be passed in Kentucky that banned the use of Food stamps at strip clubs.... Also, if you call me watching the bronco Game on TV "taking care" of Peyton Manning, then sue me.

Corey Seamus Donovan
Corey Seamus Donovan

No NFL fans buying things watching games = no NFL billion dollar pay out... Ultimately no NFL

Corey Seamus Donovan
Corey Seamus Donovan

What???^^^ that doesn't pertain to anything I said!!! Lmfao you're an idiot ! As you get older you get dumber I guess...quite the contrary dude! I want EVERYONE to have everything they want! It's not fair that we pay for all of Peyton's nice things. The average ticket buyer and season ticket holder makes $50k a year or less...but does Peyton buy things that actually go in my pocket to having nice things? I think not

Mike Peck
Mike Peck

wow, get a better job and you could have nice things. but i guess it makes you feel better to expect everyone else to do without.

Steve Trier
Steve Trier

fault? really? what Peyton makes off of NFL apparel would not pay the light bill for a month....wow.....some hate and jealousy there

Steve Trier
Steve Trier

really? would you feel better if he were making minimum wage?

Steve Trier
Steve Trier

it's called the free market.....plenty of soldiers go work as mercenaries after their service is up....and the pay is pretty fat

Steve Trier
Steve Trier

"we" take care of the rich....so you had something to do with Manning's success....you were there for the past 25 years fro all of his workouts, practices, etc? you and "we" had nothing to do with it

Joe Thunder
Joe Thunder

I think I remember hearing or reading somewhere that at one point this was Mike Shanahan's house

Corey Seamus Donovan
Corey Seamus Donovan

It's OUR fault he had this! Everytime we buy a game, jersey, football, anything NFL related, even watch a game we're putting $$$ in their greedy pockets...I see no reason why they can't work for minimum wage too

Frank Libby
Frank Libby

Well deserved, Peyton. You earned it. Good to see you spending it on a better life for you and your family.

Mary Rogers
Mary Rogers

Tells you he is making way too much money.

Polly Cardwell
Polly Cardwell

It's all about entertainment Nicole Nichole Robertson-Lampton. In the real world none of us have it so good

Polly Cardwell
Polly Cardwell

He's earned his money being in pro sports. It's his families right to spend it as they so chose and having their privacy. Jealous as most of the rest of us might be. #iwillnotjudge

Lindimore Wayne Sharon
Lindimore Wayne Sharon

Been there ! My friend and I were joking about where he would move when he got here. THEN, He moves directly next to her. She can see his backyard from her upstairs window. No pics, no video, even Peyton deserves his privacy. She lives in the next house on S side. These houses are all gated with their own gate to the house. SL

Vicente Banos
Vicente Banos

I've been there before for a catering, it's huge!

Don Heldenbrand
Don Heldenbrand

Phoenix, you are right, and then they rub our noses in it.

Pheonix Andersen
Pheonix Andersen

Yup, We Sure can take care of the rich, but we criminalize the poor?

Joseph Acosta
Joseph Acosta

The company I work for designed and build this mansion!!

Cheri Jaramillo
Cheri Jaramillo

This is the listing from when it was for sale..before he bought it.

John Ewing
John Ewing

Really? Do we have to see intrude on every aspect of his life?

MSVixen
MSVixen

Colin, Why does he have to justify anything to you or anyone else? If he can afford it, which he clearly can, he's perfectly within his rights to have his family live there. He's obviously willing to pay the costs of living there; he's very generous when it comes to charity; but more importantly, we live in America. We're each free to make our own choices and live with the consequences - good or bad.

MSVixen
MSVixen

Way too much money by whose standards? If someone was willing to pay you multi-millions per year for doing what you love to do, at what point would you decide you were making too much money and refuse to take a paycheck?

Peyton and his family (in fact, all of the Mannings) are very generous with their time and money. They do a lot to help their current communities, as well as their hometowns, the universities they attended, and other charities.

They're a smart, talented, driven family, and they've worked hard, beginning when they were children, to focus their talents and hone their skills to have lucrative careers doing what they love.

We've taught our children that each of us can do and have anything we want in this country, IF (and it's a big IF) we're willing to pay the price. The price might be giving up parties in college to practice football; it might mean studying 24/7 when you'd rather be doing almost anything else; it might mean going to college at night while working full-time to pay your tuition and support a family (which is what I did).

Sometimes the price - in terms of time, money, or sacrifices - for what we want is higher than we're willing to pay, and that's ok. But that doesn't give us the right to begrudge another person their dream job or dream house, when clearly they were willing to pay the price to get where they are.

I think the beauty of our country is we each have the freedom to make our own decisions. Peyton doesn't get to decide what we do to earn a living, how much we get paid, where we choose to live, or what we spend our money on. And we don't get to decide those things for him.