Former Charger Larry English gets his price for Hollywood Hills West home
Larry English, a former first-round draft choice of the San Diego Chargers, has sold his home in Hollywood Hills West for the asking price of $3.395 million.
English, who missed last season due to injury, bought the house two years ago for $2.565 million, records show.
The boxy contemporary, designed for indoor-outdoor living, features sliding walls of glass, multiple terrace patios and balconies and a rooftop lounge. Sweeping views take in the downtown cityscape.
The approximately 2,700 square feet of interiors opens to a step-down living room with a fireplace. A dining area, a kitchen with a wine refrigerator, three bedrooms and three bathrooms are also within the home.
The master suite boasts a soaking tub and floor-to-ceiling glass doors.
Outdoors, there’s a sitting area with a fireplace, a dining area and a built-in barbecue. A two-car garage sits off the entrance to the home.
Terrence Griffin of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and Amir Jawaherian of The Agency were the listing agents.
English, 30, spent his first five seasons with the Chargers, appearing in 52 games including nine starts. The linebacker/defensive end spent the 2015 season on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers injured reserve list after suffering a knee injury during the preseason.
In addition to his L.A.-area sale, English two months ago sold a four-bedroom home in Santaluz, a gated golf course community near Rancho Santa Fe, for $980,000.
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