Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister has listed his Beverly Hills house at $7.9 million. The backyard includes a swimming pool and putting green. (Shaun Dixon)
Former Baltimore Ravens
cornerback Chris McAlister
has listed his Beverly Hills Post Office area home at $7.9 million.
The gated, French Normandy-style estate with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 9,375 square feet has been his home during the off-season. He plans to move to Maryland.
The house, built in 1990, has a two-bathroom master suite, a two-level living room and four fireplaces. There is a koi pond, a putting green and a swimming pool with a spa.
The view from the three-quarter-acre lot was his favorite feature of the house, McAlister said. "I could see Catalina from the front of the house and the entire Valley from the back."
McAlister, 32, played college ball at the University of Arizona and was selected by the Ravens in the 1999 NFL
Draft. He won his Super Bowl
ring with the team in 2001. The Ravens released McAlister in February.
As for his career plans, he said, "I will be back in full force on Sept. 15. I can't say what team yet, but I will be playing again."
The listing agent is Kofi Natei Nartey of Sotalot Realty Group, Los Angeles.
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