T.J. Ward’s home is for sale. And the former Broncos safety’s “swag and style” are everywhere.

T.J. Ward’s home is for sale. And the former Broncos safety’s “swag and style” are everywhere.

T.J. Ward is selling his custom home in Lone Tree.

The 6,745-square-foot interior was designed by the former Broncos safety and is listed at $2.24 million.

Ward was a veteran of the Broncos secondary for three seasons and a driving force in the team’s Super Bowl 50 run. But what led him to construct a home from scratch came from an aspect of his life outside the white lines.

“I was inspired by my sense of fashion,” Ward said. “It was my first home and I wanted my home decor to represent me and my personality as much as possible. I have a lot of space so I could create different aspects of my life into each room.”

The interior features vaulted ceilings, a gourmet kitchen and automation throughout that controls the lights and audio/video.

Two places, in particular, hit home most for Ward.

“I was most adamant about my bedroom and the finished basement,” he said. “I spend most of my time in those places.”

Ward’s master suite pairs with a luxury bathroom housing a steam shower. The space also has a custom sitting room and wet bar. There are five bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a half bath in all. The basement has a bar, and media and exercise rooms, and walks out to an enclosed fireplace courtyard that’s surrounded by a large backyard.

“He wanted to make (the house) unique and modern and picking things that other people didn’t pick,” said Gwenivere Snyder, a luxury property specialist with Christie’s International Real Estate and Ward’s realtor. Snyder worked with Ward from the home’s inception to its completion in early 2017.

Snyder said Ward’s home at 9697 Vista Hill Drive is on one of the biggest lots in a gated community that also houses Ward’s former Broncos teammate, defensive lineman Derek Wolfe.

“This location was perfect for me because I could get to Dove Valley, where we practice, quickly and also be near lots of retail,” Ward said.

Although Ward was the only resident of the home, he certainly had space for some familiar faces.

“Family first is everything to T.J.,” Ward’s mother, LaNeita Ward, said. “Throughout the process of building this home he had his family in mind. Every family member has their own bedroom. T.J.’s style and swag is present everywhere in the home. He brought me in at every phase of the process, from selecting the tile in the kitchen to choosing custom pieces of furniture. I truly loved and appreciate sharing his experience with him and was pleasantly surprised that we had the same taste and style.”

Published at Mon, 20 Jan 2020 13:00:12 +0000