Johnny Manziel’s Ohio house up for sale at cost of $489,900


The former Cleveland Browns quarterback has put his 2,751 square-foot Cleveland-area house up for sale.

The city of Cleveland has been done with Johnny Manziel for some time, and it appears the former Heisman Trophy winner is ready to move on as well.

Manziel’s three-and-a-half bedroom, four-bathroom home in Avon, Ohio has hit the market with a listing price of $489, 900. Manziel, the No. 22 overall pick by the Cleveland Browns in the 2014 NFL draft, purchased the house for $438,400 in early 2015.

Among the house highlights, courtesy of the listing:

This is a really, really nice place, but hardly of the over-the-top, extravagant Cribs-style variety we’ve often seen from professional athletes.

It’s been an eventful offseason for Manziel, but for all of the wrong reasons. In January, Manziel’s marketing agency, LRMR, and his agent, Erik Burkhardt, cut ties with the former Texas A&M standout. In April, his new agent Drew Rosenhaus and Nike terminated their relationships with Manziel. In Rosenhaus’s case, it was the first time in his nearly 30-year career that he fired an NFL player.

Manziel was indicted on misdemeanor assault charges stemming from a January incident in which he is accused of hitting ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley in a car while driving her home. According to the report, Crowley attempted to get out of the moving car but Manziel stopped, dragged her back and then struck her.

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