David Carr selling his mansion, the NFL quarterback gives a tour of his $2.8 million home + outtakes

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - David Carr is selling his mansion in the Seven Oaks neighborhood of Bakersfield.

The 8,030 square foot home is selling for $2.8 million, comes with a 10 car garage and many customizations the former NFL and Fresno State quarterback has made since 2007.

"We started coming back here when I was in Houston," David told 23ABC on Tuesday at his home, "we started thinking, why don't we have a house here?"

That was around the time the Carr's moved back to Bakersfield. His family is not leaving the city with this latest move. David is opening a 5 acre football compound with his brother Derek on Stockdale Highway. The compound will feature a 70 yard turf football field and a barn with weight room and training facility.

Among the extravagant additions, David has built a tropical vacation style pool in the backyard and a state of the art kitchen.

The house even comes with a movie theater - a well-decorated, THX-Audio infused screening room that David says will seriously come in handy in the near future.

"We plan on watching the NFL Draft here," David said of his brother Derek's big day, "but the NFL is very persuasive."

The Carr Mansion is being sold by The Anderson Team and you can contact them by phone: (661) 204-2350, email: AndersonTeamHomes@Gmail.com or their website: www.KerryAndersonRealEstate.com.

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