Retired Colts Tight End Dallas Clark Selling $1.3M Indiana Home

  • Bar and man cave

    Bar and man cave

  • Dallas Clark

    Dallas Clark  (2009 Michael DeHoog/Sports Imagery)

  • The exterior of the French estate.

    The exterior of the French estate.

Two years after retiring a Colt, tight end Dallas Clark is selling his $1.3 million French Country -- style estate in Zionsville, IN -- and all signs indicate it's an All-Pro, just like its seller.

Clark starred for the Indianapolis Colts for nine seasons, pulling down over 400 receptions with the team before complications from a 2010 wrist injury led to his release two years later. After spending a season each with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Baltimore Ravens, he signed a one-day contract in 2014 to retire a Colt.

Although he was an offensive juggernaut, there's nothing offensive about Clark's stunning mansion. Its impeccably designed 9,000-plus square feet will leave you convinced you stepped through a time portal to a countryside maison.

The large chef's kitchen, which overlooks the 3-acre lot, is filled with antiqued dcor, from the exhaust hood to the built-in wine storage. If you need more space for all your vins rouges, there's also a wine cellar.

In the spacious master suite, you can lather up in the bathroom's freestanding tiled tub or escape to the adjoining private office for some alone time (and maybe a quick review of the books).

The home does offer one decidedly non-French perk: a dog washing station in the garage.

"I am a dog lover and to have it be that easy to wash my dog -- it's unbelievable," says listing agent George Verrusio of Keller Williams.