Connor Barwin made it clear last week he's not leaving the Eagles anytime soon, but it appears he is leaving his Rittenhouse Square condo.
Over the weekend, the Eagles linebacker put his 2,232-square-foot home at 18th and Pine Streets on the market for $1.25 million. Public records show that Barwin purchased the home in October 2013 – during his first season with the Eagles – for $931,000.
Barwin's condo is one of three units in a former mansion. It's a corner unit with its own entrance, and has preserved historical features inside.
Per the listing, the unit was completely renovated with high-end finishes such as custom scraped hardwood floors, and a kitchen with granite countertops, Viking appliances, and micro tile backsplash.
The master suite has a view of the city skyline, and has custom closets and a luxury white marble bathroom.
Barwin's home also has a finished basement with a bar that dates back to the 1920s. There's a total of two bedrooms and two full baths.
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