Looking to live like an Arizona sports legend? Larry Fitzgerald's posh Paradise Valley pad is quite the catch and on the market for just a few million dollars.

The double-gated "compound" is just under two acres and comes with five bedrooms in the 8,000 square foot main house and two in a 1,100 square foot guest house.

You could cook like a chef in the large gourmet kitchen that has a built-in breakfast nook. Then have your very own taste of Napa, with a wine room that fits 1,200 bottles.

The huge master bedroom has its own fire place and gorgeous view of the backyard, along with a private office. The master bathroom is just as grandiose. It has its own hairdressing studio and sauna, with a walk-in closet that seems to stretch for miles.

PHOTOS: Look inside Larry Fitzgerald's posh Paradise Valley pad

The home is full of ways to entertain including a backyard with two pools, a spa, slide and waterfalls connected by a lazy river. Not to mention you can ball on your own court or putt on your own green.

Why go to the movies when you can sit back and enjoy your own theater with seven other people. Or you can play some pool next to a full bar.

And just in case you need it, the house comes with a 12-car garage.

The home was built in 2001 three years before Fitz was drafted by the Cardinals.

It's on the market for a cool $5 million through Sandra Wilken and Julianna Lamoreaux of Engel & Voelkers.