On his way to New England, Cam Newton is selling his North Carolina condo


Cam Newton has said goodbye to the Panthers, and to his luxury condo in Charlotte, N.C.

The newly-acquired Patriots quarterback has listed his 3-bedroom and 3.5-bath apartment for $2,900,000. Located on the fifth-floor of a Charlotte apartment building, the condo features a “state-of-the-art kitchen,”  a spacious open-concept living room, a sun room, and in-unit laundry. The homeowner suite is designed as a “Zen environment” and is equipped with a Crestron home-automation system, according to the listing.

Photos of the unit also reveal that Newton had his own exclusive Rookie of the Year vending machine (although it is unclear if that will be included with the condo.)

According to the Charlotte Agenda, the property has been updated with bathroom upgrades, a fresh coat of paint, and new lights. The building also features a private rooftop and seven custom-built, multi-million dollar condos. Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan owns the entire seventh floor.

Private showings are available to be scheduled, and the listing is managed by Shane McDevitt of The McDevitt Agency.

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