Posted August 31, 2017 at 09:53 AM | Updated August 31, 2017 at 09:53 AM
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Orchard Park, N.Y. — Former Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams hasn’t lived in Western New York since 2016, but it took him until this week to finally sell his mansion in Orchard Park.
The Bills cut Williams on March 1, 2016. Shortly thereafter, Williams put his Orchard Park home on the market for $3 million. On Tuesday, Williams sold the 13,200 square foot house that sits on more than five acres of land for $2.5 million. Businessman Ian Finn bought the home.
Williams spent last season with the Miami Dolphins but is currently a free agent. He signed a free-agent contract with the Bills in 2012. The contract was a six-year deal that could have been worth up to $100 million and it carried with it $50 million in guaranteed salary. Williams spent only four seasons with the Bills but had 43 sacks in that span.
According to spotrac.com, Williams has made more than $120 million in his career, which helps explain why he could afford such an extravagant home while he was in Western New York.
The house was on the market for just over a year.
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The 13,189-square-foot home sits on more than five acres of land. It has its own guest house, connected to the main home via overpass.
The grand open foyer features a spiral staircase and a giant chandelier.
The living room has tiled floors and one of the home’s five gas fireplaces, as well as custom crown moulding.
Large windows, elegant pillars and a beautiful crystal chandelier are among the many features the dining room has to offer.