As NFL general managers continue to pare down their respective rosters, Orlando Scandrick has made a cut of his own, selling his contemporary home in Hollywood Hills for $2.1 million.
The 2009 residence, designed for formal entertaining and indoor-outdoor living, features a three-story floor plan with sunlit interiors and telescoping walls of glass that open onto large deck spaces. Features include a modernized chef’s kitchen with an angled island and a top-floor master retreat complete with a private balcony and dressing room.
Clad in hardwood and stone, the 3,353 square feet of living space include a dining room, a great room, a den/office, a formal living room, four bedrooms and four baths. The living room has a wall fireplace
Grounds containing a large patio with a tiered garden and sunken spa center on views stretching from the Griffith Observatory to downtown Los Angeles.
The Torrance native, 27, had two interceptions in 16 games for the Cowboys last season and was rewarded with a two-year extension with $9 million in guaranteed money in December. He will miss the first four regular season contests after violating NFL policy during the offseason.
Public records show that Scandrick purchased the property for $2.1 million. He had asked as much as $2.85 million for the home last summer.
Lee Mintz, Mark Rutstein and Greg Holcomb of Partners Trust Real Estate Brokerage and Acquisitions were the listing agents. Mica Campbell of Keller Williams Realty represented the buyer in the sale, which closed Aug. 26.