Patriots Star Rob Gronkowski Sells Boston Condo for $2.3 Million a Week After Retiring

Rob Gronkowski is letting go of his Boston condo.

Less than a week after announcing his retirement from the NFL, the 29-year-old New England Patriots tight end sold his Boston apartment for $2.3 million.

The property, which the athlete purchased two years ago for $1.9 million, was sold with Douglas Elliman agent George Sarkis, who is part of The Sports & Entertainment Division. The original listing price was $2.375 million.

The 2,063-square-foot penthouse loft, located in Boston’s Seaport District, is filled with exposed brick walls and beamed ceilings — and gets plenty of natural light.

In a fitting nod to its owner, listing photos show multiple framed Gronkowski jerseys throughout the property.

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Courtesy Douglas Elliman
Courtesy Douglas Elliman

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The spacious condo consists of a master bedroom with an en-suite bath, a guest room and guest bath, as well a kitchen with restaurant-grade stainless-steel appliances — and comes with two parking spots.

In addition to an open living/dining area, the property also boasts a 350-square-foot private deck.

Courtesy Douglas Elliman
Courtesy Douglas Elliman
Courtesy Douglas Elliman
Courtesy Douglas Elliman

Even without the extra millions coming in, it’s unlikely Gronkowski will have to worry about money now that he’s retired.

The athlete is known for being thrifty with his finances and has reportedly saved all of the payouts from his NFL contracts.

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According to Money, in his 2015 book It’s Good to Be Gronk, the athlete revealed that he hadn’t “touched one dime” of the massive six-year, $54 million NFL contract he signed in 2012, instead only spending the money that came from his endorsement deals.

“To this day, I still haven’t touched one dime of my signing bonus or NFL contract money,” Gronkowski wrote at the time. “I live off my marketing money and haven’t blown it on any big-money expensive cars, expensive jewelry or tattoos and still wear my favorite pair of jeans from high school.”

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“Financially, I just say: Keep it simple,” Gronkowski once told CNBC Make It about his spending habits, adding that he would tell his younger teammates to “get what you need to live comfortably but don’t go crazy with splurging until you feel comfortable in the league.”