Trent Cole's house Sewell, New Jersey pictures, facts

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By Celebrity Detective Steve
Trent Cole's NFL career began in 2005 with the Philadelphia Eagles. Cole has since played in two Pro Bowl games for the team - first in 2007 then again in 2009. Born and raised in Xenia, Ohio the Eagles' star defensive end has resided in Sewell, New Jersey since 2007. Built on nearly 4.5 acres, Trent Cole's home has six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and includes a stone fireplace in the living room, large deck, gym, game room, theater, three-car garage, and 5,507 square feet.

Trent Cole's  house Sewell, New Jersey - house pictures

Trent Cole's  house Sewell, New Jersey home pictures

Trent Cole's  house Sewell, New Jersey home pictures

Trent Cole's house Sewell, New Jersey home pictures
Trent Cole's house on Sewell, New Jersey.

Trent Cole paid $675,000 for the home which had an original asking price of $775,000.

Trent Cole was selected to the 2007 Pro Bowl to replace injured Seattle Seahawks defensive end Patrick Kerney, and in 2009 as a reserve.

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