The home, built in 1985, is of Traditional style on one-third acre in the Cordilleras Heights neighborhood of Emerald Hills. Spanning two stories, the 2,620 square feet of living space includes a formal living spaces with raised ceilings, a den, an updated kitchen, three bedrooms and two full baths.
Outdoors, mature trees and foliage provide a canopy for a patio with a pool and spa.
Stokes, 41, enjoyed a standout career at UCLA, including a junior season in which he garnered All-American and
Public records show that the home last sold for $640,000 in June 1996, which falls in line with the NFL off-season period following Stokes’ rookie season with the 49ers. The receiver had previously shopped the property in August 2010 at a price of $1.694. However, in what now looks to be a sound business decision, it was later pulled from the market.