Kurt Warner Home Auction: Ex-NFL QB Puts Mansion On Sale (PHOTO)

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Feb 13, 2013 07:35 PM EST
Kurt Warner Home Auction
Arizona Cardinals Kurt Warner (13) throws the ball while playing the Chicago Bears during the first half of their NFL football game in Chicago(Photo : REUTERS/John Gress) "

Kurt Warner will have his home auctioned after almost two years of having it sit on the market with no buyers interested in this beautiful mansion. 

Now, before we get into the details of Warner's decision to auction his home, check out this beautiful home at night time. This photo was found on Twitter. 

 Wait, there's more. This next picture is brought to you by CMarg13. Apparently, he had just finihed playing a game of ball at Warner's crib this past summer. 
 
We understand it's the dessert as the house is located in Arizona, but really? Nobody wants to buy this home that's worth $5 million? That was Warner's asking price when he put it up for sale back in 2011.

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If you are impressed by the outside, you wouldn't want to know what's on the inside. According to TMZ.com, the house has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, meaning if there's not enough bedroom space, somebody could sleep in the bathtub, there's a guest house, a workout room, theater room and the place even has its own elevator. If you look further, you might even find a trampoline inside the home. 

So buyers who wisely waited for the price to go down can now bid for the house as they usually go down in price in auctions. 

Have a couple of millions laying around your house? (Maybe Lil Wayne does) Try investing in this puppy. Just watching the pool makes the cold days in New York intolerable. 

Warner is putting the house up for sale because the family somehow outgrew the mansion. Warner has seven children with his wife Brenda. 

Click here to see more photos of the mansion.

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