In preparation for this weekend’s Super Bowl, we’d like to show off the ultimate game day party pad.
But if you’re not in love with the Green Bay Packers, there’s a bit of a problem. Lambeau Field (the Packers’ home turf) is just across the street—and viewable from every room on the home’s main floor.
And if you’re not enamored with the Packers’ distinctive hues, welcome to your worst nightmare. The entire interior of this home is done up in green and gold colorways.
The ranch-style home with the primo location was on the market last week with listing agent Jeff Narges. The 1957 home is listed for $750,000, which is steep for Green Bay, WI, where the median listing price is $196,950. This 2,146-square-foot home (with two bedrooms and two baths) previously changed hands in 2007, for a mere $170,000.
The neighborhood, which is closer to the stadium than some of the parking options on game days, is emerging as an extension of Lambeau Field. Another modest home on Shadow Lane with a similar lot size is available for $599,900. And a four-bedroom ranch on the same block was sold for $650,000 in 2017.
In this game day party pad, every square inch of interior wall space—even the two baths—is painted green and gold.
But that’s not all. Scoreboards and football field yard-markers are also painted on some walls. And although the owners will probably pack up their Packers shower curtain, bar stools, pennants, bed linens, and framed photos of Packers team rosters, there’s no hiding this is a home with “Go, Pack, Go” written all over it.
The team’s logo is featured on the carpet, and every single wall is either green or gold—or both. Many of the closets are designed to look like locker rooms.
Outdoor entertaining is easy, thanks to a fenced backyard with spectacular stadium views, a raised deck, and a brick fire pit for postgame s’mores. Two indoor bar areas make it easy for guests to sip cold beer or grab snacks for tailgating.
According to the listing, this isn’t so much a family home as it is a party pad during Packers home games. The place can “sleep up to 16” and life in the shadow of Lambeau can be “yours for the years to come.”
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