NFL legend Tony Gonzalez's Beverly Hills mansion is in new hands -- and some very rich hands, at that -- 'cause the Hall of Famer just reportedly sold his pad to a billionaire businessman for $21 million!!!
Gonzalez -- one of the best tight ends to ever play the game -- is officially parting ways with the 7-bedroom, 12-bathroom crib ... which comes decked out with some truly unique elements.
For instance, the home has a full-size homeschooling classroom, its own speakeasy-inspired lounge with plenty of wine storage and an elevator!!
The house also has a gourmet chef's kitchen with top-notch appliances, a gym and a subterranean garage that can fit 8 cars.
The backyard is just as baller -- with a lighted tennis court, pool and cabana.
Gonzalez bought the property for $7.1 million back in 2016 and tore down the existing house to rebuild this 13,300-square-foot pad in 2018, according to the L.A. Times.
The estate --co-listed by Rodeo Realty's Michelle Graci and Rayni & Branden Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates -- just sold for $21.15 million to billionaire investor Wayne Boich -- a discount from its initial $30 million price tag.
Boich was represented by Jay Luchs & Steven Schaefer of Newmark.
45-year-old Gonzalez made over $72 million in his 17-year NFL career ... so we're sure he'll find another place soon enough.