Peyton Manning moving into Shanahan’s Cherry Hills mansion
DENVER – Its 35,000 square feet, has its own bowling alley and elevator. And for Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, its home. At least for now.
According to the Associated Press, Manning is moving into a luxury Cherry Hills Village mansion built by former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan.
The sprawling estate, which has a 3,600-square-foot garage, wasn’t completed until 2009, around the same time that Shanahan, who Broncos owner Pat Bowlen once declared “coach for life,” was fired.
The AP reports Manning will live there until he and his family find a more permanent home in the Denver area.
Manning recently signed a five-year, $96 million dollar contract with the Broncos.