The home sits on 6.5 acres in Huntleigh, an equestrian enclave 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis. The home was built by noted St. Louis architects Maritz & Young in 1930, and the original owner had ties to the Busch family of Anheuser-Busch and Budweiser fame.
Built in a French country -- style, the six-bedroom mansion measures 11,587 square feet. The second-floor master suite includes an updated master bathroom with jetted tub and steam shower. There's also a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, large outdoor pool with decks, and an outdoor fireplace.
The newly redone kitchen features granite countertops and state-of-the-art appliances. Also, there's a four-car detached garage.
The signal-caller bought the home in 2007, fresh off signing a $62.5 million contract extension with the Rams. His deal came with $27 million in guaranteed money and made him the highest-paid Ram ever at the time.
While he's had a tough go with timing the real estate market, he timed his contract just right. After re-signing with the team for big bucks, his record as the Rams QB was a disappointing 5-30 and he was released by the team after the 2009 season.