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Russell Wilson purchases $25 million mansion south of Denver

The new Broncos quarterback and his wife, singer-songwriter Ciara, purchased a home in Cherry Hills Village.

DENVER — Russell Wilson is really coming to Denver now.

The former Seattle Seahawks quarterback and his wife, singer-songwriter Ciara, purchased a home in Cherry Hills Village, south of Denver, on April 1.

The Denver Broncos secured Wilson as their new starting quarterback in a deal that became official in March.

The 5-acre property has lots of goodies: four bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a 2,590-square-foot pool house with an indoor pool.

The $25 million sale is also a record-setter. The previous record for a Denver-area single-family home was the $15.725 million sale of former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan’s 13-bedroom home in Wilson’s new neighborhood, according to previous Denver Business Journal reporting.

Click here to read the full story and see photos of Russell Wilson and Ciara's new Denver home in the Denver Business Journal.

> Video above: Raw video from Sky9 of Russell Wilson and Ciara's new Cherry Hills Village mansion.

Credit: Liv Sotheby's International Realty
New Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson has purchased a $25 million Cherry Hills Village mansion.

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