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Looking to Pass: Hall of Fame QB Warren Moon Is Selling Washington Mansion

  • Warren Moon

    Warren Moon  (2015 Kevin Mazur)

  • A massive walk-in

    A massive walk-in

  • Curb appeal

    Curb appeal

Warren Moon -- the Hall of Fame quarterback who starred in both the Canadian Football League and the National Football League -- is no stranger to moving on. In his career, Moon played for the Edmonton Eskimos, the Houston Oilers, the Minnesota Vikings, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Kansas City Chiefs before settling into the role of a color commentator for the Seahawks radio network.

Now Moon is moving on again, at least from his home in Duvall, WA. The nine-time Pro Bowler recently listed the four-bedroom home for just shy of $1.6 million.

The mansion is set back from the street and surrounded by woods and rock walls with a large driveway designed to accommodate a number of automobiles. (When you're a football legend, the driveway to your sanctuary should reinforce the maxim that every man's home is truly his castle.)

Inside, the home features a contemporary design and plenty of living space, including several rooms solely dedicated to kicking back.

The living room is a towering two-story space with double-stacked cherry wood -- framed windows, which provide bountiful light and views. The living room flows into a chef's kitchen with cherry wood cabinetry next to gleaming granite countertops and a massive stainless-steel range and hood.

The master suite is huge with a wall-to-wall glass sitting area, but the true MVP is the master closet -- a massive walk-in with rows of hanging space, built-in drawers, a dressing island, and windows.

Of course, the home was also designed for fun. A game room large enough to comfortably hold a pool table leads into a media room with stadium seating and a projector. There's also a wine cellar, and out back is ample deck space for entertaining, fire pits, and a hot tub.

Moon may be selling his home, but it's a stretch to think he's leaving the state entirely. He starred at the University of Washington in Seattle before embarking on a pro career in Canada in the late '70s. Between the CFL and NFL, the quarterback passed for over 70,000 yards in the pros. He was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 2006, and he's been providing color commentary for the Seahawks on the radio since 2004.

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