The five-bedroom home is upscale but appears modest at first glance—a traditional brown home with white trim, a three-car garage, and a moderately sized three-column porch. But out back is where the real party is.
The backyard is one large entertainment area centered around a stonework patio. There’s a spa and saltwater pool that both flow right up to a seating area, which has a large brick fireplace, bar, and built-in barbecue. Because the home is located in an elevated area in the gated community of Bal Harbour, you can see the ocean from the back patio.
If you want a better view of the Pacific Ocean, head upstairs to the master suite, specifically to the viewing porch. The suite has a gas fireplace, built-in shelving, and an en-suite bathroom. The master bath features a spa bath, a walk-in closet, Travertine floors, and a separate shower. Each of the upstairs bedrooms comes with its own bathroom.
When it’s time to get down to business, the 5,246-square-foot home features an office outfitted with rich wood shelving and cabinetry.
Food lovers can head to the home’s kitchen. You’ll find granite countertops, stainless-steel Viking appliances, and tons of cabinet space. A large island provides room for food prep and enough space for guests who prefer to belly up to the counter. Hardwood floors run throughout the kitchen and most of the home.
Over the course of his NFL career, Beuerlein lined up under center for six NFL teams, starting with the Los Angeles Raiders in 1987 and ending with the Denver Broncos in 2003. He racked up a total of 24,046 passing yards and 147 touchdown passes. Along with his TV work for CBS, he’s also a licensed mortgage broker for Willis Insurance Services.