NFL cornerback turned film producer Anthony Henry has put his home in Hollywood on the market for $2.995 million.
The contemporary-style home, completed last year, is highlighted by an open-area floor plan with wood accents, retractable walls of glass, a floating glass staircase and a top-floor master suite with a soaking tub and private balcony.
Within the 4,329 square feet of space is a modern kitchen with a center island, a living room with a wall fireplace, a den/office, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. A glass-enclosed wine room sits off the dining room.
On the main level, telescoping doors open to a wood-lined deck set level with a pool and spa.
The retired defensive back purchased the home in September for $2.599 million, records show. Before that, the property went for $905,000 in 2013.
Magnus Hellberg and Rachael Brook of Partners Trust have the listing.
Henry, 37, played nine seasons in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions. In 2001, his rookie year, he led the league in interceptions with 10.
As a producer, his film credits include the crime noir “Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn” (2013), which featured Ice-T, Ja Rule and Armand Assante.