Arizona Cardinals’ Jonathan Gannon settles into the desert with luxurious $10M Valley home
The Arizona Cardinals' recently appointed head coach, Johnathan Gannon, has made an impressive real estate move by purchasing a lavish home in Paradise Valley. The extravagant purchase sets the stage for an exhilarating chapter in Gannon's coaching career and reflects his seamless integration into the vibrant Arizona community.
In an awe-inspiring display of opulence, public records reveal that Johnathan and Gina Gannon have secured a breathtaking property in Paradise Valley for an impressive price tag of a little over $10 million. Sitting on a 1.03-acre lot, the stunning 6,775-square-foot home includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a range of luxurious amenities. The residence features impressive spaces such as a game room, exercise/sauna room as well as high ceilings, heated pool and more than one fire pit.
The purchase comes as Gannon's transition from his former role as the Philadelphia Eagles' defensive coordinator to his highly anticipated position as the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals. Following his appointment in February, Gannon was hired, taking over from Kliff Kingsbury, who was dismissed in January.
The home, which was completed in 2021, was not even listed on the market. June Shapiro, the listing agent, revealed to the Phoenix Business Journal that the property was still under construction when the Gannon family, represented by Joan Levinson, expressed their interest and swiftly closed the deal. Gannon's latest residence surpasses the previous home of former Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury, who made headlines with his $4.5 million purchase of a Paradise Valley mansion in 2019.
Gannon is here to stay for at least five more years fueling excitement among fans for the new Cardinals’ era under his leadership.