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Jaw Dropping Athletes Houses, You Can’t Even Imagine

People dream of having millions of dollars in their bank accounts, and all we can suggest to them is become athletes. But you know, it’s a lot easier said than done, because even though many world-class athletes do not need home equity loans to buy houses, they’ve sacrificed a lot in order to have the hefty bank accounts and other luxuries they enjoy today. Athletes, especially the world-class ones, unlike Hollywood stars, do more than just act, look good, or pose great for photos.

They undergo rigorous physical training, plus there’s always the risk of injuries whenever they play.  For that reason they are properly compensated with millions of dollars for the abilities displayed on either a track, ice, course, or court.  With millions as their net worth, it’s not shocking at all that some of these world-class athletes own homes that are not just gorgeous, but also come with plush carpeting, latest security systems, maid services and state-of-the-art appliances, so they can unwind in private, away from the prying public’s eye. Here are some of the most drool-worth mansions of the world’s top athletes…

Jordan Spieth: ~ $7.1 million, Dallas, Texas

Surely a home equity loan is not required for someone like Jordan Spieth, the former world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking, whenever he decides to buy a new home. In 2015 alone he earned $53 million.

One of the luxuries that Spieth enjoys is his $7.1 million home in Preston Hallow that has a living area of 16,665-square-feet. If you ask us, athletes deserve to live in houses with great amenities, because they have to work relentlessly to stay on top of their game and beat newer and younger competitors. For Spieth, aside from a gorgeous glass mosaic infinity pool, other great features that his home offers are an Augusta National clubhouse mural, wine cellar, fire pit, and a golf simulator.

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