PARADISE VALLEY, AZ - Kurt Warner's former home was on the auction block Wednesday after a year and a half on the market.
"It's the most amazing home I've ever seen," said Jimmy Chase, one of several dozen guests who went to the former Cardinals star's home on Super Bowl Sunday to watch the big game and get a look at the house.
The 11,000-square-foot home has it all -- six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms don't even begin to describe it.
It has everything from a home theater and billiard room, to a massage room, in-ground trampoline and 62-foot lap pool with an overhead waterfall, just to name a few features.
"It's a great house for entertaining for sure," said real estate agent Rob Brown. "It's a stunning, stunning home."
But this dream home has been a nightmare to sell, it's been on the market for a year and a half.
So on Wednesday, it was expected to be auctioned to the highest bidder with no minimum bid.
The home is estimated to fetch in the neighborhood of $5 million.
The Warners have since moved to an even bigger home in north Scottsdale .
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