Former NFL quarterback Joe Montana's California estate is on the market at a 41% price cut - and it comes with an equestrian facility and a shooting range. Here's a look inside.

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Montana's estate can now be yours at a 41% discount.

Joe Montana, the former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, has relisted his 500-acre California estate for $28.9 million - 41% less than its original asking price, The Wall Street Journal's Katherine Clark reported.

The property - which includes everything from an equestrian facility to a bocce ball court - was originally listed for $49 million in 2009. That price was, according to Clark, a tribute to Montana's football career. Advertisement

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Olive oil is produced from olive trees on the estate and stored in a cellar in the home. The home also includes a wine cellar that can hold up to 3,500 bottles.

Montana and his wife built the home in the early 2000s. According to Clark, the home features items the couple handpicked from Italy and France including an antique well, old marble floors, and 16th-century iron gates.
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To put the price and size of Montana's estate into context, a 50,500-acre California ranch - believed to be the biggest piece of land currently for sale in the state - is currently on the market for $72 million.

Keep reading for a look inside.
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Former NFL quarterback Joe Montana has relisted his California estate for $28.9 million.

Former NFL quarterback Joe Montana has relisted his California estate for $28.9 million.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

The property is located in Sonoma County, about an hour away from Santa Rosa by car.

The property is located in Sonoma County, about an hour away from Santa Rosa by car.

Source: The Wall Street Journal, Google Maps

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Montana originally listed the home in 2009 for $49 million.

Montana originally listed the home in 2009 for $49 million.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

The estate spans 500 acres ...

The estate spans 500 acres ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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... and was built in the early 2000s by Montana and his wife.

... and was built in the early 2000s by Montana and his wife.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

According to The Wall Street Journal, the design of the estate was inspired by buildings the couple saw while visiting Europe.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the design of the estate was inspired by buildings the couple saw while visiting Europe.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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It includes a 9,700-square-foot main residence ...

It includes a 9,700-square-foot main residence ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

... which has three bedrooms ...

... which has three bedrooms ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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... and four bathrooms.

... and four bathrooms.

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Amenities include a swimming pool ...

Amenities include a swimming pool ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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... a basketball court ...

... a basketball court ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

... and a wine cellar that can hold up to 3,500 bottles.

... and a wine cellar that can hold up to 3,500 bottles.

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Also on the property is a skeet shooting range ...

Also on the property is a skeet shooting range ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

... a bocce ball court ...

... a bocce ball court ...

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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... and an equestrian facility.

... and an equestrian facility.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Olive oil is produced from olive trees on the estate and stored in a cellar in the home.

Olive oil is produced from olive trees on the estate and stored in a cellar in the home.

Source: Robb Report

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The property also includes a guest house and a caretaker's house.

The property also includes a guest house and a caretaker's house.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

According to The Wall Street Journal, the Montanas also own the compound next door, which is for sale for $3.1 million.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the Montanas also own the compound next door, which is for sale for $3.1 million.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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