Now that the Buffalo Bills season is over, Josh Allen will be heading out of town for the off-season.

So where will the boy from California spend this offseason? Chances are that he will be here.

Check out this amazing $7.2 million dollar mansion that Allen bought just before the season started this year.

The home is located in Dana Point, California which is about 4 and a half hours North of his hometown of Firebaugh, California.

According to the Zillow listing, Josh's mansion has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and has over 2800 square feet of living space. The home is located in the exclusive gated community of Monarch Bay.

Along with plenty of space to live and entertain, the home also features floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the living room that opens to the backyard. The home is located close to the beach and has a ton of features as well. The backyard backs up to Monarch Bay’s private park with an access gate directly from the backyard.

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One of the perks of living in the gated community is that there is a private golf course located inside. Allen has been known for his love of golf over the past several years, so it is safe to assume he will get a lot of use of that course over the offseason.

Even better for Allen is that he ended up paying less than the asking price! The home was listed for $7.5 million dollars, so even in a hot real estate market, Allen eluded paying top dollar like he does linebackers on gameday.

Take a peek inside QB1's California digs.

Take A Peek Inside Josh Allen's New $7.2 Million Dollar Mansion [PHOTOS]

Take A Peek Inside Josh Allen's New $7.2 Million Dollar Mansion

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