The Hidden Hills, California property was originally listed for $13.75 million, so the Super Bowl champion manoeuvred into a nice bargain.
This is Stafford's third home in the area. He also bought two adjacent properties from rapper Drake last year.
The eight-bedroom compound sits on 1.5 acres and has its own boutique winery, known as Wish Vineyards.
With views of the city and mountains from high above Hidden Hills, this red brick estate features many luxurious touches.
Custom-built in 1988 by shopping centre magnate William "Bill" Hayes and his wife Susan, this elegant estate boasts five bespoke fireplaces, two staircases, raised ceilings and 10 bathrooms in 11,320 square feet of space.
After driving down the estate's long driveway, park in the home's five-car garage or in the spacious car park.
The two-storey foyer has a dramatic curved dark wood staircase.
The nearby sunken dining room is accessed through an arched doorway and features soaring ceilings.
The gourmet kitchen includes high-end appliances, a butler's pantry, a huge centre island and a sunny breakfast room.
The traditional style home has extensive dark wood and custom interiors with floors of a mix of stone and hardwood.
The library has rich wood-panelled walls, cathedral ceilings, exposed beams, and French doors that bring in natural light.
Happily, there is a bar where wines from the vineyard are available.
There are two guest suites on the main floor, while the upstairs master suite offers garden views and a magnificent stone bathroom. A further four en-suite bedrooms can be found on this level.
Additional accommodation is available in the guesthouse and guest quarters above the garage.
This beautiful property also has a swimming pool, spa, colourful gardens, professional landscaping, and multiple dining decks.