Kurt Warner's Former Paradise Valley House for Rent for Just $15,000 to $30,000 Per Month

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The former Warner residence.


Today is your lucky day: You can live in the former home of ex-Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner.

All you need to cough up is a bare minimum of $15,000 per month.

The 11,300-square-foot house in Paradise Valley is what you might call "badass."



The listing says the house has six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and a four-car garage.

The price-tag is between $15,000 and $30,000 per month, depending on the terms of the lease.

Warner doesn't own the home anymore, as he sold it for $2.5 million at auction in March.

If you're not a cheapskate, you can always buy the home directly across the street from Warner's old pad, for 16 million goddamn dollars. That one has 11 bedrooms and 12.5 bathrooms, which only sounds necessary for someone with an extreme bowel disorder.

You can reflect on the failures in your life as you check out the photos of that one.

Click here for more details on the ex-Warner residence.

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10 comments
JM Hearns
JM Hearns

Warner's new home in Scottsdale is a step up from this. 17,000 square feet. But not that I care or anything like that;-)

ConcernedCitizenAZ
ConcernedCitizenAZ topcommenter

This confirms Arizona's two-class society. One for the famous and uber-wealthy and the rest who pay for their own self-destruction in a police / prison state.

eric.nelson745
eric.nelson745 topcommenter

Holy cow! The house across the street puts your average presidential palace to shame!

JohnQ.Public
JohnQ.Public

Excellent, I'm sure it has a garage worthy of the McLaren I'll be buying at the new Scottsdale dealership.

marcy
marcy

@truthseekeraz 

... and there is nobody in between those two extremes?

You are delusional.

logicman
logicman

@marcy @truthseekeraz thank you for putting truthseekeraz in his place.  I feel like I am part of a dwindling percentage that sees nice homes or cars and actually gets inspired to work harder and become more successful.  

marcy
marcy

@truthseekeraz @marcy 

I don't need to "study the stats" to know that there are millions of people who are neither famous, uber-wealthy or self-destructing in a police/prison state.

That you are self-destructing just means it sucks to be you.

Not that I disagree that society is tipping towards a police state and we haven't figured out an effective way to keep people from either smoking crack and robbing our houses or shoving them in a jail cell.  

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