SALEM COUNTY, N.J. — Former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz is on the move, so he must sell his rural home near Philadelphia. It's on the market for $1.7 million.
The gated property with a 1995 custom-built home includes five bedrooms, 4.5 baths and is 7,408 square feet. It sits on 11 acres in an isolated area in south New Jersey about a 30-minute drive to Lincoln Financial Field and the Eagles' practice facility in south Philadelphia.
Wentz, drafted by the Eagles in 2016, was recently traded to the Indianapolis Colts after a 2020 season considered one of the worst by an NFL starting quarterback.
Media reports in Philadelphia have the home belonging to Wentz. A virtual tour of the home, available below, shows an NDSU pool table and shuffleboard table in the game room/bar area.
The home is listed on the Homesnap.com website with the following description:
This sunny and totally remodeled multi level home with its state of the art kitchen presenting copper style farmhouse sink and oversized granite will impress the most famous of chefs.
Floor to ceiling walls of glass, stone fireplace, wide plank flooring, custom banisters, and barn house sliding doors enhance the abundance of upgrades! The owner suite is incredible and resembles a relaxing spa like atmosphere offering a custom glass spa shower with several rain showerheads and sprays.
The additional 4 bedrooms offer private baths and lots of closet space, plus views. The lower level offers walk out living to a terrace, outdoor kitchen, heated pool and views of the pond.
There is a custom bar, gym, and a magnificent theater that seats 10! Steps away is your own detached entertainment center with an indoor endless pool, game room loft, work center and a bonus hunting room with walk in safe. Use it as a 6+ car garage if need be, along with its current three car attached garage!
You can view a photo gallery of the house by clicking here, but here are a few pictures of the home.