Aaron Rodgers may have been out of commission these past few months after suffering an Achilles injury in the first game of the season, but thankfully he’s got his choice of stunning properties where he can rest and recoup. The California native was traded (along with fellow Packers teammate Randall Cobb) to the New York Jets from the Green Bay Packers earlier this spring, and his enviable real estate portfolio shows his multiple moves across the country: The star quarterback owns or has owned homes in Del Mar and Malibu, in California; in Suamico and Hobart, in Wisconsin; and most recently, in Montclair, New Jersey. Rodgers also owns residences in Texas and Tennessee, though less is publicly known about those places. Asked this summer about his new New Jersey mansion and how he’ll furnish it, Rodgers shared simply, “I have a lot of stuff from other places I’ve lived that I’ve incorporated,” but chose to remain mum about any other details. Here, we’ve rounded up what we know about some of the star athlete’s many impressive properties.
The same year that Aaron Rodgers was selected as a first-round pick by the Green Bay Packers, he paid $442,500 for a four-bedroom, three-bathroom ranch-style home in Suamico, Wisconsin. The modest residence was situated near Lake Michigan and measured 4,012 square feet, with a classic brick exterior and a 0.77-acre lawn. The place also reportedly boasted a room used as a home gym and had a built-in sound system. Rodgers ultimately decided to offload the house in 2017, selling it at a slight loss for $424,900.
Rodgers was born and raised in Chico, California, so it makes sense that he would return to his hometown to replant his roots, so to speak. The star athlete next paid $306,000 for a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom house measuring 4,543 square feet and situated on three acres. Rodgers held onto the property for some time but ultimately sold it for an undisclosed amount in 2014.
The athlete next set his sights south, dropping $2.05 million for a Mediterranean-style mansion in Del Mar, California, a suburb of San Diego. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home spanned nearly 5,800 square feet and featured a cavernous living room, exposed-beam ceiling in the family room, and hardwood floors throughout. There was also an impressive wine cellar, a home movie theater, and a game room with its own private entrance. Out back, there was a pool and spa with a fire pit for alfresco evenings, as well as a large lawn. Rodgers held onto the property for more than a decade, finally offloading it for $5.13 million in late 2021.