It has been a little over twenty-four hours since we first heard the news. Russell Wilson is leaving the Seattle Seahawks after 10 amazing years and is headed to the 'Mile-High City' to join the Denver Broncos.

But, will he and Ciara and the kids actually move to Denver? If so, does that mean we'll see a FOR SALE sign on his front lawn?

Does Russell Wilson Have His Bellevue, WA Mansion Up For Sale Now?

At the time of this writing, the answer is no. But, as we've seen in the past day or so, things can change rapidly and often do.

Russell Wilson Bought His Bellevue, WA Mansion in 2015 for $6.7 Million

After inking a nice contract back in 2015, Russ picked up the sprawling spread on the shores of Lake Washington for a cool $6.7 Mil. Estimates now suggest, according to Zillow, that the palatial home is now worth an estimated $15.7 Million. That's a $9 Million price jump. The home is incredibly appointed and is described on as:

Regal Waterfront in West Bellevue. This majestic Mediterranean estate offers west-facing views of Lake Washington & the Seattle skyline. An elegant sense of arrival as you enter this custom residence with generously proportioned interiors. The staircase draws your eye up to the statement chandelier. The great room with epicurean kitchen overlooks the view. Exceptional finishes & features: antique doors, luxurious master suite & expansive wine cellar. 80 feet of private waterfront with dock.


Um, they forgot to mention that there's currently a Super Bowl-winning quarterback living there who is most assuredly headed to the Hall of Fame and more imminently headed for Denver.

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