Ex-NFL quarterback Steve Beuerlein lists his ocean-view home in O.C.

Quarterback turned CBS analyst Steve Beuerlein his listed his Dana Point home for $2.695 million

Retired NFL quarterback turned football analyst Steve Beuerlein has listed his ocean-view home in Dana Point for sale at $2.695 million.

The Traditional-style home, built in 2003, has an East Coast vibe with stone siding, pronounced eaves, casement windows and a front porch marked by tall columns. Within the 5,426 square feet of space is an open-area living/dining room with a wet bar, an office with custom cabinetry, five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

Among features is a country-style kitchen with a large center island/breakfast bar and a master retreat with a large soaking tub and an ocean-view balcony. The master bedroom, living room and great room are each outfitted with a fireplace.

Outdoors, the landscaped grounds center on a saltwater pool and spa, hedged by tall trees and landscaping. An adjacent stone patio with a fireplace, a built-in barbecue and a wet bar complete the nearly quarter-acre setting.

Beuerlein purchased the home in 2012 for $1.9 million, public records show. Before that, the property went for $1.93 million in 2004 and $1.649 million in 2003.

Bob Kadan of Prime Property Associates has the listing, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

Beuerlein, 50, played 17 years in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers, among others, making one Pro Bowl team (1999). He has worked as an NFL and college football analyst for CBS since 2004.

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