Marshawn Lynch buys new home in Bay Area: Check out photos of the $3.6M mansion

Scott Kane-US PRESSWIRE

The Seahawks' star running back has a pretty nice house now.

Marshawn Lynch is a rich man thanks to his talents on the football field, and he recently bought himself a pretty nice house in Richmond, California. According to a report from Realty Today, Lynch purchased a mansion that ran him about $3.6 million. The house features five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms and is about 7,000 square feet.

The Seahawks running back cashed in recently on a contract that guaranteed him a little more than $31 million, so he can probably afford it. You can find photos of the inside of the house here.

Here are a couple great shots of the surrounding areas. That's not a bad way to spend the offseason with your family. The house also includes a home movie theater, elevator and wine cellar.

Not too bad, eh? I'm guessing if you're in the area and need a place to stay, Lynch should have an extra room or two for you to stay in. At the very least, you could sleep on the 58-foot boat dock or something.

No word on whether or not there is a Skittles dispenser in the kitchen.

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