By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter
Having been cut by the Pittsburgh Steelers in February, the Super Bowl and Dancing with the Stars champ announced his retirement Tuesday and is ready to make another big move and sell the 13,000-square-foot palace that sports 5 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms in northwest Atlanta.
The athletic amateur architect put a lot of personal touches into the house that was designed by David Grace and Ann Davis, which includes a trophy room with footballs and framed jerseys proudly on display.
Listed at $7.5 million, the house of Ward’s dreams is in the city of his childhood and near his college, the University of Georgia.
Packed with luxuries fit for a MVP, the mansion boasts two three-car garages, an elevator, a full basketball court, outdoor cabana and a resort style pool in the backyard.