Nolan Arenado Could Buy The Most Expensive House in CO Springs in 40 Games

Nolan Arenado just signed the biggest sports contract in Colorado history, and the biggest per-year deal for any position player in Major League Baseball history. Eight years, $260 million. That equals $32.5 million per year. So to wrap my head around it all a little, I decided to find out what the Rockies third baseman could afford to buy in Colorado Springs...

Turns out the most expensive house in town is only $8 million. So if my math is correct, Nolan could buiy it after playing just 40 games next year!!

According to Zillow, here's what he'd get;

The most spectacular home in Colorado Springs! Located within walking distance the the infamous 5 Star Broadmoor Hotel, this masterpiece is adjacent to a 20 acre private park. As you walk through this gracious home the attention to detail will astound you. From the floor to ceiling windows that greet you when you arrive to the outdoor patios and decks that afford you the majestic mountain views. The home features 2 story great room, formal dining, cozy family room with access to the outdoor covered patio, a library/study combination with built in''s for your treasures. 5 bedrooms in the main house, fully finished walkout complete with family room, game room, exercise room, bedroom, spa and a wine cellar you won''t want to leave. An above garage apartment/studio and a guest house provide so many possibilities.

Check out pictures of the mansion here.

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