Inside Aaron Rodgers and Danica Patrick’s New Malibu Mansion
Power couple Aaron Rodgers and Danica Patrick went public with their relationship in early 2018 and have been going strong ever since. During the NFL season the couple lives in Wisconsin, not from Lambeau Field where the Green Bay Packers play. But in the offseason, Rodgers and Patrick reside in the quarterback’s native California.
The two recently purchased a huge beach house together in the Golden State, which offers views that would wow anyone. It also came with an eye-popping price tag as one of the most expensive properties sold in the area. Here’s what the Packers signal caller and retired race car driver paid for the stunning home and what their Malibu mansion boasts.
Rodgers already purchased one home in California
As mentioned above, A-Rod is originally from California and already owns a home in Del Mar which he bought back in 2009.
That property, valued at $10 million, has 5,771 square feet of living space and includes four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a sauna, a home theater, putting green, gym, batting cage, basketball court, and a spa.
You would think that place has everything anyone would need but Rodgers and Patrick decided to get another pad right on the beach in ritzy Malibu.
The hefty price tag and what the Malibu home includes
In December 2019, TMZ reported that Patrick and Rodgers purchased a Malibu beachfront property together. According to the media outlet, the couple paid $28 million for the villa previously owned by British star Robbie Williams, who bought it in July 2019 for $20 million. Prior to Williams, Netflix Content Chief Ted Sarandos and even Janet Jackson once called it home.
The $28 million transaction reportedly took place in November and was the third-highest in Malibu last year, right behind Ron Meyer’s compound going for $100 million and Golden State Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob buying his Carbon Beach residence for $29.1 million.
Rodgers and Patrick’s beach home is 4,636-square feet and boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms, an open floor plan with a living room, dining area, and gourmet kitchen. It also has a 2-bedroom guesthouse. And the pair can enjoy a swimming pool in their new place with views overlooking the ocean.
Click here to see photos of inside and outside the property.
Are wedding bells next?
Now that they bought a house together some fans are wondering if there are wedding bells in their future. That’s something Patrick is hoping for one day.
“I mean I would hope that’s the intention. Look, there [are] no guarantees in life, but as long as you have that intention, that’s what matters, right?” she said in an interview with E! News.
If the NFL star and Patrick were to tie the knot it would be his first marriage and her second as she was previously married to a physical therapist named Paul Hospenthal. They wed in 2005 and their divorce was finalized in 2013.