NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS quarterback Cam Newton has put his stunning £2.2million apartment up for sale.
The 3,335-square foot, luxury condo is located in The Trust building in Charlotte and features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half-bathrooms, a 315 square-foot enclosed balcony – and even a personalized Pepsi machine.
The state-of-the-art kitchen features a large island, new high-end gadgets such as Sub Zero, Bosch, Miele and Wolf appliances.
Newton’s home also includes the Crestron home automation system, according to its listing.
The residence has a full-size personalized vending machine emblazoned with a portrait of Newton showcasing his signature Superman pose.
It takes up half of the fifth floor of The Trust building, which is a location that the listing details as “the most exclusive address in Uptown Charlotte.”
The condo’s listing broker, Shane McDevitt, told bizjournals that recent renovations to the unit include new paint and work on updating the lighting and the bathrooms.
Gleaming hardwood floors cover most of the interior and exposed ductwork and concrete ceilings lend the unit a loft-like vibe.
The master bedroom has an enormous bathroom with a huge soaking tub – the unit also includes a walk-in closet.
There are only seven units in the building and Newton snapped up his condo in April 2012 for £1.2m.
The condo had been previously listed for sale in May 2019 with a price tag of £2.4m, but was taken off the market at the end of July, according to a Zillow listing.
Another tenant in the building, is none other than North Carolina legend and NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, who occupies the entire seventh floor, according to the Charlotte Observer.
Just last fall, a unit in the building sold for nearly $4million. The unit was 6,000-plus-square-feet, three-bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathroom, which sold in October for £2.98m.
Newton attended Auburn University and in 2010 he led the Tigers to a National Championship and took home the Heisman Trophy.
In 2011, he was selected by the Carolina Panthers with the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
As the Panthers quarterback, he won the NFL MVP in 2015 and led the team to a Super Bowl appearance that same season.
After the 2019 season, in which he was plagued by injuries, the Panthers released their former franchise QB.
Newton recently signed a one-year, £5.7million contract with the New England Patriots, after their franchise QB Tom Brady departed this summer to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.