Aaron Rodgers has officially said goodbye to the Badger State and welcomed to the Garden State.
The NFL quarterback, who joined the New York Jets from the Green Bay Packers in April, has just spent $9.5 million on a sleek eight-bedroom, ten-bathroom home in the Montclair area of New Jersey, according to The Post has learned.
Sources have been suggesting for several months that Rodgers bought the home in question – but the sales documents have yet to be finalized, let alone reveal the identity of the buyer.
Still, the property — a new build — is just under an hour from the Big Apple and offers panoramic views of the New York City skyline.
Rodgers, 39, made his glorious debut for the New York Jets’ highly anticipated season late last month when he showed up for training camp at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center.
The center is only half an hour’s drive from his new luxury quarters.
Described as an “architectural masterpiece”, the house offers a sleek and modern design with walls of windows for optimal sunlight.
Set on over 5 acres, the floor plan includes a gourmet kitchen with a center island and bar seating. The kitchen has an adjoining dining area and living room.
All bedrooms have their own bathroom.
Additional features include a media room, home office, three car garage with charging station and wine cellar.
Rodgers, 39, has played his entire 18-year career in Green Bay throwing 475 touchdowns and just 105 interceptions, over 5,000 completions for over 59,000 passing yards.
The four-time MVP player led the Packers to the Super Bowl championship in the 2010 season. He never made it to the big game again, but they made it to the NFC Championship game four more times.
While Rodgers will be saying goodbye to his 3.5-acre estate in Oneida, Wisconsin, that property is not yet for sale.
Rodgers has already built up a huge real estate portfolio. He also owns a $28 million Malibu home that he bought in 2019 and has homes in Chico, California; Tennessee and Texas.