There's also a swimming pool, a skeet-shooting range, a pond (that you can fish in) and two creeks to canoe in.
Oh, and if that ain't enough ... the pad is surrounded by unreal Sonoma County views of mountains and trees.
Unclear why Montana is trying to unload the place ... but it can be all yours if you've got $28.9 MILLION to burn!!!!
Remember, Montana played BEFORE players started signing 9-figure contracts -- in fact, back in 1990, Joe was the very first NFL player to average more than $3 million per season when he signed a 4-year, $13 mil contract with the 49ers.
At the time, Montana's salary made up about 15% of the 49ers' $27 million payroll.