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Former Raider Joselio Hanson locks up a buyer for Calabasas estate

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Former Raiders and Eagles cornerback Joselio Hanson has sold his Calabasas home for $3.135 million.
(Jeff Elson | Inset: Associated Press)

Joselio Hanson, the former St. Bernard High standout who played eight seasons in the NFL, has sold his home in Calabasas for $3.135 million.

He bought the property in 2009 for $1.91 million, records show.

The Mediterranean-style spread, built in 1996 and extensively updated, sits on more than an acre of grounds with such sports-centric amenities as a basketball half-court and a putting green. A custom infinity-edge swimming pool features a raised spa, a waterfall and a water slide built into the hillside.

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The six-bedroom, eight bathroom house has nearly 6,200 square feet of living space that includes a vaulted foyer, center-island kitchen, billiards room and home theater. Large picture windows and sliding glass doors bring in sweeping canyon and city-light views.

The master suite sports a fireplace, two walk-in closets and a private balcony. There’s also an indoor golf simulator.

Aaron Scott of Rodeo Realty was the listing agent.

Hanson, 36, signed with San Francisco in 2003 as an undrafted free agent and spent time on the team’s practice squad before making the active roster in 2004. The defensive back also played for the Philadelphia Eagles and Raiders during his career.

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