The home, built in 2004, is on more than 13 acres in the Heritage Estates community with a 9,610-square-foot Mediterranean-style home, a guest casita, a pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen, a basketball court and a putting green.
Clad in plank hardwood, the single-story floor plan boasts vaulted interiors with exposed beams and marble fireplaces. Features include a built-in aquarium, a custom wine cellar and a chef’s kitchen. In the living room, a bookcase can be moved to reveal a hidden home theater with stadium seating and a snack bar.
The master retreat, one of five bedrooms and six bathrooms, includes a soaking tub and a large walk-in closet. A wood-paneled library sports custom built-ins and a fireplace.
Set beneath tall palms, the grounds center on a lagoon-style pool with a spa, a rope bridge, a swim-up bar and a waterfall. A cabana with an outdoor kitchen, a putting green with a sand trap and full-size basketball court complete the resort-like setting.
Tomlinson, 35, played 11 seasons for the Chargers and New York
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Property records show that the former All-Pro paid $3.5 million for the home in 2004. He had asked as much as $5.21 million for the property in 2011.
Although Tomlinson’s home is now off the market, another Heritage Estates property with football pedigree is still up for grabs. Former