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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: Chris Cooley’s $2.39 Million Leesburg Mansion

The former Redskins player’s huge estate features a home theater and a pottery studio.

Now that Chris Cooley has retired from the NFL, it seems he’s looking to get out of his Leesburg home, too: Back on the market is his six-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bath stone mansion in Loudon County. It’s a giant estate—13,000 square feet on three and a half acres of land—and though the vaguely Tuscan decor may be a bit bland, the house is decked out with just about every amenity there is. Beyond the marble foyer and Brazilian cherry-wood floor, there’s a wine cellar, libary, game room, home theater, and elevator. Off the master suite is an oversize soaking tub and massive dressing closet. Outside, a pool, hot tub, deck, and a sand beach. And, of course, there’s the huge pottery studio, where the former tight end—a college art major who now owns a gallery in Leesburg—practiced his craft. The property is listed at $2.39 million. Read on for a short tour, then head to Redfin to see the entire place. 

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