The San Jose home sold for $2.18 million, a $185,000 bump up from the price tag he set in September.
Built in 1999, the five-bedroom home sits on roughly an acre.
Tile lines the open floor plan, and 4,029 square feet of interiors include formal living and dining rooms, a family room and a spacious kitchen with a center island. Large windows and French doors let light into the living spaces.
Outdoor amenities include a courtyard, landscaped lawn, built-in grill and a pool and spa. A trellis tops the spacious patio.
Records show Brooks bought the home for $1.57 million in 2012.
Rick Alva of Soto Real Estate & Investments held the listing. Sanjeev Gupta of Classic Realty & Mortgage represented the buyer.
An All-American in college, Brooks has enjoyed success in the
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