The residence, built by Greg Agee Homes in 2005, includes a Mediterranean-style main house, a guesthouse, a lagoon-style pool and spa, an outdoor fireplace and a tennis court on 4.44 acres.
Entered through a center courtyard, the single-story floor plan boasts large formal rooms with crown molding, vaulted ceilings and window treatments. There is a center-island kitchen, nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms and four stone fireplaces in more than 8,900 square feet.
Among amenities is a game room with a wet bar and an office with cherry wood paneling and coffered ceilings. A theater room features stadium-style seating.
Outdoors, a covered patio overlooks the pool and spa, set off by boulders and tall palms. The attached guest home adds an additional living room, fireplace and bedroom en-suite.
The property originally came on the market last year at $4.395 million and was more recently priced at $3.595 million. It previously sold for $3.9 million in 2007.
Marie Jo Atkins of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty was the listing agent. Daniel Beer of Windermere Homes & Estates represented Sproles in the sale, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
Sproles, who began his career with the
Sproles, 31, had 1,237 total yards and eight touchdowns for the Eagles in 2014. While with New Orleans in 2011, he set an NFL record for all-purpose yards in a season, with 2,696.