Former NFL Quarterback Tim Couch Is Selling Kentucky Mansion for $4.8M

Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Tim Couch is selling his custom-built mansion in Lexington, KY, for $4.75 million.

The home's highlighted by a basement that includes a media room with tiered seating, billiard room, wine room, massage room, gym, and two bathrooms -- one with a urinal, according to listing agent Whitney Pannell.

The five-bedroom, 12,794-square-foot house is a dream home, Pannell says. "I can't imagine what else you could want."

The house is located on just over 10 acres of property surrounded by farmland and has a large swimming pool and four-car garage.

Couch hired a local architect and builder to construct the home in 2005, Pannell says. Custom features include scraped hardwood flooring, custom wood cabinetry, coffered ceilings, and a master bathroom with a combination soaking tub and fireplace, which splits the room into his-and-her sections.

And you'll never be without a cold drink. Pannell says "nearly every room" has a small, stocked refrigerator. "They're a very hydrated family," she says of Couch and his wife, Heather Kozar.

But the No. 1 pick in the 1999 NFL draft isn't leaving Kentucky. Pannell says Couch is looking for more land in the Bluegrass State to build another custom home. We're curious what he'll come up with.

If you're curious, too, this video provides an in-depth look at Couch's home: