Buffalo Bills General Manager Brandon Beane has had to make some tough decisions lately (or maybe not so tough, depending on who you ask). But when it came to accepting an offer for his sprawling mansion for sale, his answer was a resounding “YES.” 

Beane bought the huge 10,442 square foot house on  60 Birdsong Parkway shortly after he became the Bills GM in 2017, spending $1.15 million.

The massive 4 bedroom, 4 bath abode sits on nearly 1.5 acres in Orchard Park, New York - just 5 miles and a short 10 minute drive from the Bills’ home base of Highmark Stadium. 

We’re not sure why he decided to put this palace on the market, unless it was just to bank a profit on the property (which he did - Beane closed earlier this month for $1.35 million). We can’t imagine it was an easy decision, though, considering everything this mammoth home has to offer. 

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When you think of things an NFL executive would want in their residence, this place has it - and then some!

Besides the beds and bathrooms, a peek inside the 11-room property shows an indoor pool and hot tub, a 3-car garage, a huge walk-in closet (filled with Beane’s signature blue wardrobe), a screening room to watch plenty of film, and even an indoor basketball court painted with the Buffalo Bills logo. 

Want to see what it would be like to live like Brandon Beane?

Keep scrolling to see pics of the amazing house the Buffalo Bills GM used to call home.

LOOK: Brandon Beane's Enormous $1.35 Million Mansion

The Buffalo Bills GM put his mammoth 11-room home up for sale earlier this year. Wait until you see inside!

Gallery Credit: CENTURY 21 Gold Standard via Redfin/Canva

 

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