NFL quarterback Carson Palmer prices Del Mar contemporary at $25 million
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer has put a contemporary-style house in Del Mar on the market at $24,995,000.
The 2002 Heisman Trophy winner from USC, now in his 12th NFL season, bought the half-acre property from the city of Del Mar in 2010 for $4.4 million, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. The 8,000-square-foot house with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms was built last year.
The three-story house, designed for entertaining and casual indoor-outdoor living, includes such custom features an infinity-edge swimming pool, a bocce ball court, a sports court, an open-air living room and an outdoor kitchen/wet bar.
Open-plan interiors done in poured concrete and mahogany finishes include formal living and dining rooms, a center-island kitchen, a media room and an office. Spanning the entire third floor, the master suite has an indoor-outdoor shower, a freestanding soaking tub and private deck.
There are five fireplaces in all.
A lower-level gym has sliding doors that open to a tennis/sports court. Elsewhere, an oversized garage has parking for as many as 10 cars.
Palmer, 35, was a standout at USC and before that at Santa Margarita Catholic High School.
The two-time Pro Bowl player was taken first overall in the 2003 draft by the Cincinnati Bengals and has also played for the Oakland Raiders. He is in his third year with the Cardinals.
Eric Iantorno of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
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