PHOENIX – The new coach of the Arizona Cardinals’ biggest offseason splash is a $10 million Paradise Valley home he bought last month.
Jonathan Gannon and his family paid $10.02 million for the 6,775-square-foot home near Scottsdale and McDonald avenues in May.
The property, which sits on one acre of land, has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
It also features a heated pool, fire pit with waterfalls, and 13-foot glass walls that allow for an indoor/outdoor experience.
June Shapiro, the listing agent, told the Phoenix Business Journal that she didn’t even have time to put the house on the market as it was finishing construction when Joan Levinson, who represented the Gannons, brought the family to the table.
The property was a new build in 2021 that sold for $1.7 million. The original, 1,875-square-foot home on the property was built in 1950.
Gannon’s home is slightly more than that of former Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury, who paid $4.5 million for a Paradise Valley mansion in 2019.
Gannon signed a 5-year contract to lead the Cardinals in February.