Antonio Brown Selling Suburban Pennsylvania Mansion for $2.3M

Antonio Brown Selling Suburban Pennsylvania Mansion for $2.3M

The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ former wide receiver was traded to the Oakland Raiders earlier this year. And he also moved on from his mansion in Gibsonia, PA, an upscale area about 30 minutes north of Heinz Field.

 

The wideout bought the newly built home in 2014 for $1.91 million. The 8,797-square-foot home sits on 3 acres and has five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Brown added a sport court, artificial turf field, and two-story treehouse.