NFL cornerback turned film producer Anthony Henry has put his home in Hollywood on the market for $2.995 million.
The contemporary-style home, completed last year, is highlighted by an open-area floor plan with wood accents, retractable walls of glass, a floating glass staircase and a top-floor master suite with a soaking tub and private balcony.
Within the 4,329 square feet of space is a modern kitchen with a center island, a living room with a wall fireplace, a den/office, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. A glass-enclosed wine room sits off the dining room.
On the main level, telescoping doors open to a wood-lined deck set level with a pool and spa.
The retired defensive back purchased the home in September for $2.599 million, records show. Before that, the property went for $905,000 in 2013.
Magnus Hellberg and Rachael Brook of Partners Trust have the listing.
As a producer, his film credits include the crime noir “Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn” (2013), which featured Ice-T, Ja Rule and Armand Assante.