Greg Olsen Selling Charlotte Area Home (Photos)

Greg Olsen Waxhaw, North Carolina homeCarolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen has grown into one of the best and most dependable pass catchers in the NFL. During the recently completed season, Olsen led the NFC champions with 77 receptions. Over the course of the last 4 seasons, the Miami alum has averaged 76 catches and 6 TD’s.

After playing the first 4 years of his NFL career in Chicago, the now 30-year-old New Jersey native has absolutely found a home in Charlotte.

Recently, the Olsen family placed their Waxhaw, North Carolina house on the market for $1.7 million. Located within the confines of The Club at Longview gated community, the 6,600-square-foot pad sits 16 miles southeast of Bank of America Stadium (located in Uptown Charlotte) and 6 miles east of the South Carolina border.

The current Olsen abode boasts of 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms (5 full, 2 half), an open floor plan kitchen with island, wet bar and outdoor fireplace.

Here is a detailed pictorial tour of the home, which was originally built in 2005. The Olsen family bought the property in 2012.

Though the Olsen’s have put their home on the market, the family appears to be extremely happy living in the Charlotte area and playing for the Panthers. This is what Greg Olsen had to say upon signing a 3-year/$22.5 million contract extension, prior to last season.

“Since we’ve come to Charlotte, we very quickly realized that this is home. This community quickly embraced our family, so we put down roots here. We love it here. This is home for us.”

Panther fans can also take a look at the Uptown Charlotte building that is home to both Cam Newton and Michael Jordan.

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