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Football Star Randall Cunningham sells Spanish Hills home for $2.75 million

Retired professional football star Randall Cunningham recently sold his 16-year-old, 10,855 square foot home inside Spanish Hills at 5020 Spanish Heights Drive in Las Vegas for $2.75 million, or about $253 per square foot, to Texas billionaire investor Stanley Lanzet and wife Liza.

The six-bedroom, seven-bath residence, on 0.35 acres, was listed at $4.89 million in December. The two-story residence has an eight-seat theater, three fireplaces, a three-car garage and a pool and spa. Vegas Fine Estates’ Zar Zanganeh represented the seller. The final sale price reflects a 44 percent reduction from the original asking price.

Cunningham played college football for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He spent most of his professional career with the Philadelphia Eagles before retiring in 2002. Cunningham has since become an ordained minister; he started Remnant Ministries at 325 E. Windmill Road in 2004 in Las Vegas. In December 2009, Cunningham was hired by Silverado High School to become the offensive coordinator of the school’s varsity football team where his son, Randall Cunningham II, is a freshman quarterback.




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