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Buffalo Bills Star Sold Sprawling Estate-He's Back! Can He Rent?
Buffalo Bills Star Sold Sprawling Estate-He's Back! Can He Rent?
Cole Beasley is back with the Buffalo Bills but we aren't sure if the new owners of his estate will let him rent from them. When he left the Bills, he put his Orchard Park home on the market. It sold on October 17th for $1.2 million. Check out Cole's former sprawling estate. It has 6 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, a three-and-a-half car heated garage, and sits on 4.6 acres. It also has stunning American Hickory Hand Dressed Engineered Floors. The home is nearly seven thousand square feet. It's pretty modest for an NFL player if you ask me.
New Pro Sports Stadium Will Benefit New York Mets Fans
New Pro Sports Stadium Will Benefit New York Mets Fans
For decades New York Mets (and for many years Jets fans) always felt that the area in Queens surrounding Shea Stadium, now Citi Field, detracted from the fan experience. From the rows of auto repair shops to the barbed-wire fences surrounding the junk yards, there is basically nothing for fans to do outside of Citi Field, if they don't need work done on their car. However, that is about to change. New York City officials have reached an agreement to build the city’s first professional soccer stadium and it has benefits for Mets fans.
Buffalo Bills Star Sells Sprawling Western NY Home & Retires from NFL
Buffalo Bills Star Sells Sprawling Western NY Home & Retires from NFL
Former Buffalo Bills star, Cole Beasley left the team and was planning on playing with Tom Brady in Tampa but after a week, he decided to retire. He wants to spend more time being a dad. When he left the Bills, he put his Orchard Park home on the market. It sold on October 17th for $1.2 million. Check out this sprawling estate that the former Buffalo Bills wide receiver used to live in. It has 6 bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms, a three-and-a-half car heated garage, and sits on 4.6 acres. It also has stunning American Hickory Hand Dressed Engineered Floors. The home is nearly seven thousand square feet. It's pretty modest for an NFL player if you ask me.

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