After 49ers Flameout, Cowboys Quarterback Trae Lance Lists His Bay Area Home at $2.8 Million
After trading to the Lone Star State prior to the 2023 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback Trey Lance Ready to move out of his mansion in Morgan Hill, California.
The signal caller bought the place in south San Jose suburbs for $2.95 million on March 22, and recently listed it for $2.8 million. Therefore, he is willing to take a small loss to put his mission in the Gulf region behind him.
Built in 1996, the five-bedroom home is more than 4,000 square feet and comes with a long list of amenities.
One of the focal points of the luxury residence is its grand, double-height entryway, which features hardwood floors and a curved staircase. The design is bright and airy, with high ceilings and multiple windows.
Inside, there are several seating areas with built-in shelving, marble fireplaces and carved moldings.
Meanwhile, the kitchen is equipped with Thermador stainless steel appliances, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a walk-in pantry. Enjoy your meals at the marble island bar seating, in the breakfast nook, or in the formal dining room. A pantry and wet bar will be very useful for food preparation and entertaining.
The house has large, sunny bedrooms. The master suite has a sitting area with a fireplace and French doors leading to the backyard.
Speaking of the backyard, the outdoor space has a resort-style pool with a retractable cover and a pergola with a fireplace. Additionally, there is a nine-hole putting green, a gazebo, and an abundance of fruit trees.
Additional features include a gated driveway, three-car garage and solar power system.
Lance, 23, was a prospect out of North Dakota State who was selected third overall in the 2021 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. Injuries and inconsistent play limited him to just eight games with the Niners over two seasons. In training camp, the team made a bold decision to move away from the previously heralded quarterback position. He was traded to the Dallas Cowboys, where he was installed as a third-string quarterback.
Randy White contributed to this report.