Former Westlake High School and USC standout Billy Miller, who played nine seasons in the NFL, has put his home in Westlake Village on the market at $1.899 million.
Set among mature oaks in the North Ranch area, the home features a ranch-style main residence, a detached guest house, a pool and a large entertainer’s patio on a hillside lot of about 1.5 acres.
Dark hardwoods and beamed ceilings are a common theme throughout the open-space floor plan, which has four bedrooms and four full bathrooms in 4,100 square feet. Among features is a center-island kitchen, a living room with a wet bar and a great room with fireplace. The master suite sports a steam shower and his and hers vanities.
French doors open to a covered patio with a barbecue and a pool and spa with a water slide. At the opposite side of the home, a large wraparound deck with a fountain overlooks the tree-filled grounds.
Miller, who runs The Elite Performance Factory in Westlake Village with former NFL tackle Marvel Smith, purchased the home in 2013 for $1.2 million, records show. Jordan Cohen, estates director for RE/MAX Olson & Associates, is the listing agent.
Drafted out of USC in 1999 by Denver, Miller played nine seasons in the NFL for the Broncos, Texans, Browns and Saints. The pass-catching tight end holds the distinction of scoring the first touchdown in Houston Texans franchise history.