Titans Great Eddie George Raises the Price on Brentwood House

Via Realtor.com

Poised for a big loss in 2012, the Nashviille home of retired Tennessee Titans tailback and college football analyst Eddie George has returned to the market with an asking price that is $600,000 more than what it last listed for two years ago.

The 8,558-square-foot home, located in the swanky Brentwood neighborhood, originally hit the market in 2012 with an ask of $1.099 million, or nearly $575,000 less than what George paid for the property in 2007. Fast forward to today and the former football star’s stately residence has now relisted for slightly above the original purchase price, at $1.699 million.
Built in 2006, the stone-lined house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a media room, a rec room with a wet bar, and an elevator. Interiors feature hardwood flooring, vaulted ceilings and detailed molding; and a chef’s kitchen and study come complete with custom built-ins and cabinetry. And let’s not forget the obligatory Ohio State room, which is bathed in the Buckeyes’ scarlet and gray and prominently features a graphic of the pride of Columbus, Brutus Buckeye.

George, 40, enjoyed a storied career at Ohio State that concluded with a Heisman Trophy in 1995. He was selected in the first round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers and played the majority of his career for the team, which later moved to Tennessee. Over the course of nine professional seasons, George ran for 10,441 yards, scored 78 touchdowns, and was selected for four Pro Bowl teams. He has since transitioned into sports broadcasting, working as an analyst on Fox College Football, and has also dabbled in theater.

Cory Holman of Re/Max Elite has the listing.
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