Nolan Arenado Could Buy The Most Expensive House in NoCo in 42 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 Northern Colorado...

Turns out the most expensive house in town is only $8 million. So if my math is correct, Nolan could buy it after playing just 42 games next year!!

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

Beautiful luxury nestled in the Loveland foothills on 367 acres. This estate is surrounded by quiet peaceful forest. Craftsmanship and privacy describe this property just 20 minutes from town. This home is the ultimate retreat for those wanting scenic beauty and serenity all to themselves. Unmatched design and meticulous construction showcasing the finest of materials. Relax in the theater room or Eagle's Nest where two decks allow a place to see sunsets and sunrises.

Check out pictures of the mansion here.

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