Corey Dillon is taking the money and running. The retired tailback, who split time with the Bengals and Patriots during a 10-year NFL career, has sold his Calabasas home for $1.925 million.
It’s the end of a long journey for the Mediterranean estate, which hit the market last year for $2.25 million and was reduced in price in April by $300,000, records show.
The property sits in a gated community at the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy zone and offers five bedrooms and six bathrooms across 5,024 square feet. A two-story foyer with a wrought-iron staircase kicks off the interior.
Past that, hardwood floors unite a formal dining room with a formal living room. Things get more casual further in, where a stone-wall great room connects to a kitchen with a sunny breakfast nook.
Highlights upstairs are the loft and the master suite, which features a balcony and a bathroom with a fireplace.
The backyard is a bit more amenity-minded. There’s a yard with a playground, a swimming pool with a waterfall, a tiki bar, a putting green and half of a sports court.
Tomer Fridman of Compass and Kathy Bernal of Sotheby’s International Realty held the listing. Alex Duk of Harcourts Prime Properties represented the buyer.