There are certain levels of sports fandom, and living in a house that was owned by a former member of your favorite team is one of the top levels of fandom one can have. If you're a fan of the Buffalo Bills, that opportunity awaits you, as a Hall of Fame player has put their beautiful Upstate New York home on the market.

That player is Thurman Thomas, who according to SFGate, has listed his home in Colden, NY on the real estate market. lists the sale price of the house at a cool $1.1 million.

This spectacular five-bed, 4.5-bath, 4,233 square-foot home sits on a 9.89 acre lot just a few miles south of the Buffalo Bills' stadium in Orchard Park, NY. It was originally built in 2001, but remains in incredible condition. The property boasts an in-ground pool with finished patio area, ample shed space, and much more.

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It's a Hall-of-Fame-worthy home for a Hall-of-Fame player, which Thurman Thomas certainly was during his 13-year career. He spent the first 12 of those seasons with the Buffalo Bills, winning the AP's Most Valuable Player award during the 1991 season.

He rushed for 12,074 yards and 65 touchdowns during his incredible career, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007. One year later, he was also enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame, having played with Oklahoma State from 1984 through 1987. He was named a unanimous All-American following the 1985 season as part of his time with OK State.

Now, in his retirement, Thomas is looking to make a change, and has listed his home on the market. We were able to take a peak inside the doors, and have put together a few pictures of the house now that it's being sold.

Scroll below to check it out.

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