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Friday, October 31, 2014

Johnny Manziel’s parents selling home near Texas A&M campus

Johnny Manziel Bryan home

Johnny Manziel’s parents are selling a home they purchased near the Texas A&M campus, according to Realtor.com.

The Manziels, Paul and Michelle, bought the home in June 2011 to be closer to their son during his college career, per Realtor.com. The four bedroom/3.5 bathroom home is located in Bryan, Texas, which is nearby the Texas A&M campus in College Station.

The home was first listed for sale for $405,000 on April 28. The price was reduced to $399,000 less than a month later, and it has been reduced by $10k increments each month since that it’s been on the market. It is currently listed for $379,000.

Realtor.com speculates that the sale of the home could be a sign that Manziel, a redshirt sophomore, is leaving college for the NFL draft after the season. The Manziel family seemed to hint at that notion in Wright Thompson’s recent article for ESPN The Magazine. In fairness to the Manziel family, it could be that they’re trying to sell the home during the hot market; home prices began to surge nationwide around the time they listed the property.

An employee at Lone Star Realty, which is the broker for the home, confirmed to LBS that real estate agent Michelle Manziel is the listing agent for the home.

Here’s a description of the home via Realtor.com:

This 4/3.5 Home is beautiful in every way located in Miramont! Floor plan is unlike any other! Living open to kitchen, formal dining, & private study with great windows. Master suite has gas fireplace with extra large master bath, his/her walk in closets and separate vanities. Gorgeous kitchen with large center island, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and double oven. Has loads of charm and appeal with side patio and small fenced yard for low maintenance . security system and side entry garage. Impressive 2800 sq ft for easy living!

You can view the listing here.

H/T World of Isaac



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