Professional football player Matt Moore and his wife, Tara, have purchased an estate in Castaic for $1.525 million.
The home, built in 1991, was previously owned by film and television actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Sited on more than seven acres in Hasley Canyon, the property features a Victorian-style main residence, a guesthouse, a gazebo, an outdoor kitchen and fire pit, a pool and a tennis court.
The main home spans 4,530 square feet across two stories with limestone and hardwood flooring, a fitness room, a formal dining room, an office, a wet bar, four bedrooms and four baths. A wraparound porch frames the park-like grounds and views of the surrounding mountains.
The guesthouse, found adjacent to the pool, adds an additional 800 square feet of living space, two bathrooms and a full kitchen.
Moore, 29, starred at Newhall’s Hart High before enrolling at UCLA in 2002. He transferred the following year and later finished his collegiate career as the starter at Oregon State. The quarterback is now in his fourth year with the Miami Dolphins.
Sale of the property closed toward the end of June, public records show. Nathan Butcher of Realty Executives was the listing agent. Rod McIntosh, also of Realty Executives, represented Moore in the sale.
Gosselaar, known for his roles in “Saved by the Bell” and “Franklin & Bash,” paid $717,500 for the estate in 1999. He sold the property in 2010 for $1.2 million.