No, you can’t take Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker home with you, but you can live in his house.

Last summer, Decker and his wife, country singer Jessie James, reportedly grew tired of fans stopping in front of their Castle Pines home to take pictures, and in a tweet, James announced, “We are moving now.”

And they did. The Deckers’ “English manor” in the gated Daniels Gate community is now on the market for $2 million—and has been since it was first listed early last July. Though some cosmetic changes have been made since the home aired on the E! network’s reality television show “Eric & Jessie: Game On,” (no more blue-and-yellow floral wallpaper in the kitchen and breakfast nook) much remains the same.

The two-story, 10,856-square-foot manse has seven bedrooms, eight baths and upgrades galore, from radiant heat throughout to smart-home capabilities that include security, audio/video and climate-control.

There’s a grand entry with sweeping staircase…

Large kitchen with double ovens, a six-burner range, two islands and granite countertops…

A spacious laundry room with plenty of cabinets for storage…

A living room with a grand picture window and lots of ornate millwork…

Master suite with a private sitting area and its own spiral staircase (but where does it lead?)…

An as-awesome-as-expected home gym with plenty of mirrors for admiring your biceps…

A masculine office with lots of dark paneling and built in shelving...

Walk-out basement with a bar, game room and home theater...

And decks and patios that lead to a large back lawn.

And though the home isn’t quite in the mountains, the views bring a bit of the high country inside.

Look like home to you? Click here to learn more about the listing. Curious about how other Broncos players live?  Take a peek inside Peyton Manning's place in Denver.

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