Big Ben Selling Again: Former Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger Lists PA Home for $2.9M

Big Ben Selling Again: Former Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger Lists PA Home for .9M
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Retired Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is set to part ways with yet another home in the Pittsburgh area—this time, in Clinton, PA.

The two-time Super Bowl champ spent his entire 18-year NFL career with the Pittsburgh Steelers before retiring in 2021, so buying and selling a series of homes in the Keystone state just makes sense.

Now, the signal caller is drawing up a play to sell a four-bedroom, 3.5-bath home for $2.9 million. But this isn’t just any house—it sits on a palatial, 148-acre spread. It doesn’t appear as if Roethlisberger himself lived at this address, but he likely purchased it for family members.

Built in 2000

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Property view

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Main living space

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Kitchen

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Family room

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Nature lovers will rejoice at this incredible property, which includes the main house, a guest cottage, and a barn with a full bath and kitchen. Miles of tree-lined trails are ready for hikers and ATV riders. There are also three ponds (one is stocked for fishing), a babbling stream, and several hunting blinds.

Inside, the main home offers a country cabin vibe and sports new floors, two-story ceilings, a stone fireplace, and an enormous wine cellar. The kitchen features double ovens, two skylights, high-end appliances, and granite counters. The cook space opens to the family room—where another fireplace awaits—and the dining area, which is partially covered in glass overhead.

The main bedroom has a fireplace, glass doors that open to a deck, and a spalike bath outfitted with a jetted tub.

The outside area is well-equipped with a covered loggia, space to grill, fruit trees, a chicken coop, room to garden, a place to process maple syrup, dog kennels, a shooting range, and a wood shop in the garage.

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Primary bedroom

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Bath

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Gaming space

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Wine storage

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One of three ponds

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Roethlisberger, 41, spent nearly two decades with the Steelers and led the team into the playoffs 11 times. He finished his career with more than 64,000 passing yards and two Super Bowl rings. Since leaving the NFL, Roethlisberger has moved into the podcasting world. He currently hosts “Footbahlin,” which delves into his two loves: football and craft beer.

Randy White contributed to this report.