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San Francisco 49ers’ Joe Staley sells Bay Area home for $1.89 million

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San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Joe Staley has sold his four-bedroom home in San Jose, Calif., for $1.89 million.

(Redfin | Inset: Associated Press)

As the San Francisco 49ers look to rebound following a 3-6 start, offensive lineman Joe Staley has made a change away from the field, selling his home in San Jose for $1.89 million.

Built in the 1950s and since renovated, the ranch-style house in the Willow Glen area has four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms on a single level.

The 2,538 square feet of open-plan space accesses a formal living room with stone fireplace and an adjacent kitchen with a breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances and a wine fridge.


A formal dining room, an office, four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms are among the other living spaces.

French doors off the master suite open to a swimming pool with a waterfall feature and raised spa. A veranda-topped patio, built-in barbecue and outdoor shower complete the setting.

Staley, in his ninth season with the 49ers, bought the house in 2008 for $1.75 million, records show. He had asked $1.95 million for the property, which came to market in September.

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Andrew Cotton of Azure Home was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Fran Papapietro of the Sereno Group repped the buyer in the sale.

Staley, 31, has been a fixture on San Francisco’s offensive line since being taken out of Central Michigan in the 2007 draft. The four-time Pro Bowl tackle is in the second year of a six-year, $44.65-million extension he signed in 2014.

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