University of Wisconsin alumnus and reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt said he was going to spend his offseason working out in nature and living and training in a Wisconsin cabin.
Thanks to the real estate site Redfin, we get a look inside the four-bedroom cabin, located in Summit, built in 1997.
Watt, a Waukesha native who prepped at Pewaukee High School before moving on to Madison to play for the Badgers, has always maintained strong ties to his home state despite becoming a star in Houston, Texas.
This 4,500-square foot property, located on just under 36 acres, isn't far from his former stomping grounds.
Prior to last season, Watt signed a six-year, $100 million extension with the Texans. According to multiple reports, Watt received worth $30.876 million guaranteed at the signing of the deal, and will earn a additional guaranteed $21 million if he's on the Texans roster at the start of the 2016 league year.