Kurt Warner, right, speaks with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin… (Chris Graythen / Getty Images )
Former St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner's six-bedroom home will go on the auction block on Feb. 27 after the Super Bowl champion got tired of waiting for it to sell.
He moved into a bigger house in Scottsdale, Ariz., in 2011 and has been trying to sell his former home ever since.
The house is expected to be sold for about $5 million. The 11,000-square-foot home boasts six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, as well as a home theater, billiard room, massage room, table tennis room, in-ground trampoline and a 62-foot pool with an overhead waterfall.
If you don't have $5 million, don't worry. There is no minimum bid required. You can bid $10 and hope no one else bids at all. The sale will be run by Concierge Auctions.
"This is just another way to get this sold, and it will be sold by the end of the month,” selling agent Chrissy Donnelly said.
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