Robert Griffin III’s Virginia home is on the market for $2.7 million

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Robert Griffin III had his first press conference with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday, thus officially beginning a new era in his career.

As a result of Griffin’s move to Cleveland, his Fairfax, Virginia, home is now for sale for a cool $2.7 million.

The four-bedroom, four-full-bathroom spread comes with an elegant kitchen, several spacious bedrooms, an in-home theater, lounge, and finely maintained pool area.

Take a look at the home below, listed by Bill Davis of Century 21 New Millennium.


The house sits on a quiet, spacious, green property.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

The entryway is bright and elegantly designed.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

A cozy room to enjoy a fire.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

The dining room is pristine.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

The kitchen is sprawling, with a dark island that nicely contrasts the house’s light colors.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

Griffin’s home emphasized the familial atmosphere.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

A living room for lounging.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

The master bedroom is huge and minimally decorated.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

A similarly massive master bathroom.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

A dark, regal study room.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

One of the guest bedrooms.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

A full wet bar on the lower level.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

The movie theater. (Note the gaming chairs.)

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

This bright lounge would be great for entertaining guests.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

And the pool area looks great for enjoying a warm, sunny day.

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Bill Davis/Century 21 New Milennium

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