Von Miller’s $4 million home is being sold. Take a look inside

There was never a wait for a bathroom when people visited Bills linebacker Von Miller’s home in Foxfield, Colorado.

Miller, the former Broncos star, has put his home on the market, and it has nine bedrooms, four full bathrooms and 11 partial bathrooms. The 17,418-square-foot home sits on 4.32 acres of land, just outside of Denver.

It’s listed on Christie’s International Real Estate for $4,125,000. Among the amenities: an eight-car garage (with space for an RV), movie theater, wrap-around bar and a game room.

The crown jewel of the home, from a sports fan’s perspective, is the man cave. Teammates called it Club 58.

“Von has this sick basement. He’s probably spent a million dollars on his basement alone,” former Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders told Dan Patrick in 2016. “We call it Club 58. He has a bar, he has games, we play poker and just hang out. It’s pretty cool.”

Miller, who was with the Broncos for 10-plus seasons, was traded to the Rams in October, and he signed with the Bills after helping LA win Super Bowl LVI.

Club 58 is loaded with memorabilia, but that won’t come with the home.

Among the framed jerseys Miller will take with him to New York are ones from a pair of former KU stars: Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr.

Here are some photos from inside the house.

Cooper Manning talked with Miller inside the home for his Fox Sports show in 2015. So you can see more of Club 58, and a rather large closet, in this “The Manning Hour” video.

From covering the World Series to the World Cup, Pete has done a little bit of everything since joining The Star in 1997.

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