NFL Star Maxx Crosby Scoops Up a Baller-Worthy Las Vegas Estate

Armed with a four-year. $94 million contract extension that will earn him a substantial $19 million base salary in 2024, three-time Pro Bowler Maxx Crosby has decided to use some of those funds to pick up a snazzy Las Vegas residence in the Summerlin community’s exclusive guard-gated Mountain Trails enclave, paying just over $5.6 million. The Las Vegas Review-Journal first revealed the sale.

Madd Maxx—as the NFL’s fourth highest-paid defensive end is known to Las Vegas Raiders fans—wound up getting a pretty good deal on the modern digs, which were first listed by local dentist Bill Dickerson for nearly $13 million back in winter 2020. Records show Dickerson purchased the home for $2.8 million in 2003, with previous reports stating that he subsequently acquired the lot next door, then combined the properties and added a second structure housing an extravagant indoor basketball court sporting an upstairs viewing gallery with a fireside lounge, kitchenette and views of the surrounding valley.

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As for the Silver-and-Black pass rusher’s new 1.2-acre spread, which was built in 2002, the place features seven bedrooms and 12 baths in a little more than 20,500 square feet of two-level living space adorned throughout with marble floors, high ceilings and soaring walls of glass. In addition to the basketball court, other standout amenities include a movie theater, wine cellar, billiards room and gym.

Maxx Crosby House Las Vegas
An indioor basketball court also can be used for lacrosse, tennis and volleyball.

A gated motorcourt with six garage spaces is tucked off to the side of the creamy stucco and terracotta-roof dwelling, with a separate gated entrance leading up to the towering wood-and-glass door front door via a fountain-enhanced walkway. Once inside, an expansive double-height great room has a sunken dining room warmed by a fireplace and an adjacent wet bar-equipped living area. Around the corner is a family room, which connects to a gourmet kitchen outfitted with custom cabinetry, granite countertops, dual islands, top-tier stainless appliances, a walk-in pantry and an accompanying breakfast nook.

A curving staircase heads upstairs, where a sumptuous master retreat is decked out with a window-lined sitting area, private balcony and walk-in closet, as well as a spa-inspired bath flaunting dual vanities and an elaborate soaking tub sheathed in marble. And scoring the go-ahead touchdown? The lushly landscaped grounds, which are spotlighted by a boulder-laced swimming pool and spa, an in-ground trampoline, and numerous spots ideal for al fresco lounging and entertaining with niceties like a built-in barbecue and fire-pit.

In addition to his newly purchased Summerlin estate, Crosby and his wife Rachel Washburn also reportedly still maintain a nearly 3,000-square-foot home in the Nevada city of Henderson that they picked up for $480,000 in 2020.

The listing was held by Austin Sherwood of Luxury Estates International; Kathie Castro of Realty ONE Group Southwest repped the buyers.

Click here for more photos of Maxx Crosby’s Las Vegas house.

Maxx Crosby House Las Vegas
Maxx Crosby House Las Vegas

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