The split-level four-bedroom, three-bathroom home measures 3,031 square feet and sits on a large lot. Amenities include a wine cooler, coffee station, and views of the outdoor pool.
It also has a large living room, luxurious brick bathroom, chef’s kitchen, and master suite with walk-in closet.
Wallace went to school at Ole Miss, where he starred in the 2009 Cotton Bowl. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers and caught 32 touchdowns for the black and yellow before leaving as a free agent after the 2012 season.
He later signed a five-year, $60 million contract with the Miami Dolphins, but lasted only two seasons in South Florida. Since then, he’s bounced around a bit and played for the Minnesota Vikings and the Baltimore Ravens. Wallace has snagged 58 touchdowns over his eight years in the NFL.
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