Deion Sanders gives personal tour of his new Colorado digs

Now-coach Sanders recently bought the $3.97 million mansion near University of Colorado

Atlanta Falcons legend Deion Sanders puts $1.5 million farmhouse on the market.The 5,346-square-foot mansion rests atop 42.24 acres, features five bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half bathrooms.The property includes a four-acre lake and a two-bedroom barn featuring four horse stalls.Custom built in 2011, the two-time Super Bowl champion’s dreamland estate is equipped with enough luxury offerings to entertain outdoorsmen and homebodies alike. .The former star cornerback recently left his coaching position at Jackson State University for a role at the University of Colorado

Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders has been making a number of real estate moves since being named the head coach at the University of Colorado. The former Falcons star cornerback recently placed his Mississippi mansion on the market for $1.5 million, and now has reported that Sanders purchased a Colorado mansion previously listed at a $3.97 million.

Taking to YouTube, “Coach Prime” recently offered a quick look inside his new house — revealing a number of luxury features along the way.

The Longmont, Colorado, mansion measures in at 6,457 square feet. Built in 2016, the mansion features four bedrooms and roughly 2.5 acres of land, which is dotted with manicured gardens and dozens of various fruit trees. The luxury community in which it resides also features a private 40-acre lake for fishing, swimming and sailing.

The living room and dining area feature an exposed-beam ceiling and natural wood flooring, while the spacious kitchen area offers high-end appliances and a stone-countertop center island. The main bedroom features exposed stone wall, abundant window space, a private terrace and a sizable bathroom. The main bathroom features a soaking tub and dual vanities.

The home also features a number of top-of-the-line amenities, including geothermal heating and cooling, Savant whole-house automation and a state-of-the-art media room.