September 1986
Ebony;Sep1986, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p92
The article features Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton and his family as well as their 17-room mansion. Situated in a five-and-a-half acre land in a western suburb of Chicago, Illionois the mansion is a showplace created by the Paytons working closely with the architect, builders and interior design consultants. It is their second home during the couple's 10-year marriage. An elaboration on the amenities and facilities of the mansion as well as photographs of the family and their mansion are presented.


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