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Super Bowl winning linebacker Bruce Irvin and his wife, Alyssa, are the newest residents of Toll Brothers' exclusive Casabella at Windermere community.

The Irvins paid $1.67 million on July 27 for the nearly 7,000-square-foot Italian Renaissance-style mansion in the 79-home gated community.

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The same day, Irvin - an alumnus of West Virginia University - tweeted a photo of his new swimming pool - complete with WVU Mountaineers logo.

NFL linebacker Bruce Irvin, who played his first four seasons for the Seattle Seahawks, has purchased a home in the exclusive Casabella at Windermere.
NFL linebacker Bruce Irvin, who played his first four seasons for the Seattle Seahawks, has purchased a home in the exclusive Casabella at Windermere. (Harry E. Walker / McClatchy-Tribune)

The Casa Del Rey model features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two half-baths, an expansive gourmet kitchen and a soaring staircase overlooking the two-story living room. The base model, priced at $1.16 million, also includes a three-car garage.

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A native of Atlanta, Irvin played just two years at WVU, but his abilities as a pass rusher made him a first-round talent. The Seattle Seahawks drafted Irvin with the 15th overall pick in 2012, where he moved from defensive end to outside linebacker and helped form the nucleus of the defense that played in two consecutive Super Bowls, winning one.

In March, Irvin signed a 4-year, $39 million contract with the Oakland Raiders.

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