Former University of Georgia standout and National Football League veteran Tim Jennings is gunning for a touchdown, in terms of home-value appreciation, with a Midtown condo he's owned since the height of his playing days.
Jennings, an all-SEC star at UGA who later played in the NFL for a decade, has listed a three-bedroom, three-bathroom pad with views from Buckhead to Stone Mountain at the Aqua building.
Marketed as “high-rise living at its best,” the 16th-floor condo spans 2,835 square feet with perks that include motorized blinds, Viking appliances, a private elevator foyer, and a concierge.
Also included: custom closets, a few bold light fixtures, and an abundance of textured walls.
The condo listed this week with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties for $1.3 million even.
While so much space is nice indeed, it translates to a hefty HOA fee of $1,588 monthly.
Jennings won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and later made two Pro Bowls with the Chicago Bears, leading the NFL in interceptions in 2012, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Records indicate Jennings scored the condo in question that same year—for just over $500,000.
The Aqua tower came online at the outset of the recession in 2007 and struggled to sell out for years. Jennings is the only recorded buyer for Unit 1603.
Over the years, celebrities such as Lil Wayne and CeeLo Green have lived the luxe penthouse life at the 24-story building on 10th Street. Kevin Hart also owns in the building.
Jennings’s Twitter profile pic appears to show him in the condo’s bedroom, surveying Midtown from so many floor-to-ceiling windows. The same vantage point frames a view of the rising, multi-tower 1105 West Peachtree project today.