Located in a gated community, the 10-acre property boasts an all-purpose turf field, a basketball court with retractable backboards, a pool and a putting green — not to mention stunning views of the Cascade Mountains from all sides of the home. And that’s just the outside.
The inside of the house is just as impressive, with more than 14,000 square feet of living space and seven bedrooms to go along with 10 bathrooms. The rustic home also comes complete with a gourmet kitchen and a wine room.
Since retiring in 2006, Bledsoe has begun working as an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for his son’s high school football team, and he also has started a number of businesses. The four-time Pro Bowl quarterback, who played with New England from 1993 to 2002 before relinquishing the throne to Tom Brady, bought the property in 2004 for $750,000.