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Cowboys’ Orlando Scandrick looks to corner a buyer for Woodland Hills home

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who returned to the field earlier this month after missing the entire 2015 season, is again fielding offers on his home in Woodland Hills.

The contemporary-style house, built in 1965 and recently renovated, is listed for sale at $1.795 million, down from as much as $2.149 million a year ago. Scandrick bought the house in 2014 for $1.755 million, records show.

Sitting on about half an acre of grounds, the roughly 5,100-square-foot split-level has a clean look with glass accent panels, vaulted ceilings and dark wood floors. Rows of clerestory windows and walls of windows create volume while inviting natural light.

Among features of note is a chef’s kitchen with light wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a wide center island. A separate den/media room has built-in bookshelves and wine pantry.

The master suite, with his and hers vanities and a walk-in closet, has a ladder leading up to a lofted area. There are five bedrooms and four bathrooms in all.

Outdoors, a fenced patio surrounds a swimming pool with a circular spa. Elsewhere, a pathway leads down the edge of the property to a small courtyard with a river-rock pond and waterfall feature.

Justin Paul Huchel of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, holds the listing.

Scandrick, 29, returned to the practice fields in Oxnard earlier this month, nearly a year removed from tearing both the ACL and MCL ligaments in his right knee. The veteran defensive back previously started 29 games for the Cowboys from 2013 to 2014.

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