Joe Burrow Acquires $7.5M Horse Ranch Amid Eventful Fall
Despite suffering a season-ending injury, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow has made a significant real estate investment. He recently purchased a three-acre horse ranch with stunning Ohio River views for $7.5 million. At 26 years old, Burrow was benched after tearing a ligament in his right wrist, as confirmed by Bengals Coach Zac Taylor.
Future Plans for the Ranch
According to sources close to Burrow, the quarterback is enthusiastic about his new investment and has expressed intentions to construct a custom home on the property. The ranch currently houses a 7,300 square feet dwelling with four bedrooms and six bathrooms. Boasting spectacular river views, the property has the potential to be transformed into a dream estate.
Location and Amenities
The property is situated adjacent to the prestigious Coldstream Country Club, known as one of Cincinnati’s premier private clubs. The club spans 190 acres and features a championship 18-hole golf course. Ironically, this luxury may not be something the injured Burrow can enjoy anytime soon.
Current Living Situation
While his custom home remains in the planning phase, Burrow is living between his parents’ home in Athens, Ohio, and a 2,900 square-feet home he purchased in 2020 for $835,000 in Cincinnati’s upscale Columbia-Tusculum neighborhood. The house is located just five miles from the Bengals’ home turf at Paycor Stadium.
NFL Investigation into Burrow’s Injury
Joe Burrow’s injury has raised concerns beyond the football field. The Bengals allegedly posted and then deleted a video showing the quarterback wearing a brace or soft cast on his right hand before the infamous Thursday night clash with the Ravens that led to Burrow’s premature exit from the 2023-24 season. Burrow did not appear on the injury report prior to the game, as per protocol. The NFL has launched an investigation into the case.
In September, Burrow and the Bengals agreed to terms on a five-year, $275 million deal. The contract marked Burrow as the highest-paid player in NFL history on an annual basis at $55 million per year.
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