Former Browns corner Anthony Henry turns a profit on Hollywood home
After less than a year of ownership, NFL player turned film producer Anthony Hendry has sold his home in Hollywood for $2.65 million.
The former Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys defensive back bought the house last September for $2.599 million, property records show.
Completed last year, the boxy contemporary has 4,329 square feet of open space with retractable walls of glass, a floating glass staircase and a master suite complete with fireplace, soaking tub and rear-facing balcony.
Interiors replete with dark wood floors and neutral tones include a living room with a modern wall fireplace, a modern-style kitchen, a den/office, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. A floating glass staircase sits adjacent to the public areas.
Telescoping walls of glass open to a wood-plank deck and a swimming pool and spa.
Henry, 38, led the NFL with 10 interceptions in 2001, his rookie year. Drafted out of South Florida in 2004, he played nine seasons with the Browns, Cowboys and Detroit Lions.
As a producer, his film credits include the crime noir “Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn” (2013).
Rachael Brook and Magnus Hellberg of Partners Trust Real Estate had the listing. Daniel Brown of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties represented the buyer.
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