In Delco, That Neighbor Next Door Could Be a Philadelphia Eagle

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A home in Haverford Township owned by Philadelphia Eagles Center Jason Kelce
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One of the Kelce homes in Haverford

Philadelphia Eagles Center Jason Kelce may be from Ohio, but he’s put down local roots, writes Erik Gunther for realtor.com.

Kelce settled in Haverford Township after he got a bargain on a four-bedroom home that went for $680,000 in January 2018 after listing for $800,000 in May 2017.

The stone home sits on a one-acre lot.

Two years later, Kelce bought a four-bedroom home next door on eight acres. That cost him $3.96 million. He closed on the property in September 2020.

Kelce added to his real estate holdings last summer with a $2.2 million four-bedroom home in Sea Isle City.

The three-story townhouse is one block from the beach and features multiple decks and great views.

He also owns a modest three-unit rental property in Cleveland, purchased in August 2018 for $160,000.

Another of the Philadelphia Eagles homes belongs to Eagles general manager Howie Roseman in Villanova.

Months after the 2018  Super Bowl, Roseman bought a mansion in Villanova. The six-bedroom Tudor sits on a 2-acre property measuring 12,000 square feet. It was purchased for $3,025,000 in May 2018 and built in 1994.

It features a mahogany-paneled library, chef’s kitchen, and soundproof primary suite with a private tennis court.

Read more about the Philadelphia Eagles homes at realtor.com.

Jason Kelce calls Travis Kelce on Feb. 7.

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