Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is selling his $6.5 million Bloomfield Township waterfront home.

Now for some (me, for sure) the water would be a HUGE draw, but Stafford's wife Kelly says that's the reason they're looking to move, the Detroit Free Press reports.

She said in a video posted to Instagram, "We're about to have our fourth child and I personally do not want to live on a lake or have a pool with four children under the age of a little over 3. So that is the reason that it's on the market."

Ah, so it's not that Stafford is over the Lions and hoping to be traded to another team? Kelly squashed that, saying, "No speculation is needed."

The Staffords also have homes in Newport Coast, Calif. and Atlanta.

The real estate listing refers to the Stafford's 12,295 square foot home as "Michigan's most magnificent estate". The 1.27 acres with "captivating views" comes with 441 feet of frontage on Upper Long Lake and "the largest infinity pool in the state".

Well, I'm sold! This place is stunning! Oh right, there's the matter of $6.5 million dollars... Well, it's still nice to dream as I pour through all these photos of the Stafford's gorgeous home with so many cool features like the basketball court with the original floor from the Detroit Piston's Silverdome...

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