Indianapolis Colts: Check out Philip Rivers’ Indiana home for sale

ORCHARD PARK, NY - JANUARY 09: Philip Rivers #17 of the Indianapolis Colts throws a pass during a game against the Buffalo Bills at Bills Stadium on January 9, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)
ORCHARD PARK, NY - JANUARY 09: Philip Rivers #17 of the Indianapolis Colts throws a pass during a game against the Buffalo Bills at Bills Stadium on January 9, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images) /
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Hey, Colts fans! Need an Indianapolis-area home with a lot of additional space for a substantial family?

Philip Rivers has got you covered!

We’re not entirely kidding with this next nugget either: you may actually be able to afford it.

Knowing he was here for a good time, but not necessarily a long time, Rivers purchased a Westfield home for under $1 million last year (ok, fine, $995,000), and if that sounds like something you’d be interested in, feel free to take a look inside.

According to realtor Tina Smith (Century 21 Scheetz), a sale is already pending — it’s a seller’s market, after all, as summer approaches.

But you never know how these things might transpire!

Colts fans can take a sneak peek into Philip Rivers’ home.

This is a five-bedroom, six-bathroom house with an outdoor gas fire pit, wet bar and theater system in the basement.

Perhaps most notably, it’s impressive that Rivers was able to establish a home so quickly during his one-season Indianapolis tenure. Of course, moving halfway across the country creates a necessary change to anyone’s routine, but Rivers refused to accept the Chargers’ move to Los Angeles for quite a while, instead preferring to stay in San Diego and famously commute.

Heading to the Indianapolis community was of course a different situation entirely, but it’s still comforting to learn a little bit more about Rivers’ comfortable home life during his single season in our fair city. Perhaps he’d like to come back and coach someday, as he works his way back up the ladder?

Of course, if you’d rather move out of the area, the current Colts quarterback has got you covered.

Boom times if you’re an Indy-connected quarterback trying to explore the real estate market for sure! Anybody got Jacoby Brissett’s lease info?

The quarterback depth chart is going to look a lot different this season, with only Jacob Eason as a holdover behind new acquisition Carson Wentz.

Come on, Carson. What do you say to a rendezvous around the ol’ gas fire pit with your old coach Frank Reich? See if you can sneak around back before the sale goes through. Could be a nice bit of bonding time.