Former Trojan Winston Justice posts Florida home at $4.495 million

Former Trojan Winston Justice lists another home for sale in Naples, Fla.

Winston Justice, the former USC Trojans offensive lineman who played seven seasons in the NFL, has put his home in Naples, Fla., on the market for $4.495 million.

Built in 2013 and designed by Stofft Cooney, the Mediterranean-style home takes in golf course views on more than half an acre inside the Escada at Tiburon community.

Entered through a grand foyer, the more than 5,600 square feet of space includes an open-area kitchen, formal living and dining room areas and a media room. Raised ceilings, soft hues and chandelier lighting are among the interior details.

Inviting indoor-outdoor entertaining, a wall of glass slides to reveal a covered lanai with an outdoor kitchen, a wet bar and a fireplace. Set beneath tall palms, a pool with a raised spa completes the setting.

Justice, who has another Naples property on the market for $1.695 million, purchased the home in 2013 for $2.565 million, records show. Chris P. Resop of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty holds the current listing.

The 30-year-old offensive tackle was a starter on the Trojans’ national championship team in 2003. Drafted by the Eagles in 2006, he played five seasons with Philadelphia as well as seperate stints with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos.

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