Dallas Cowboys’ Orlando Scandrick buys a home in Tarzana for $2.8 million

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Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick is moving his cleats from one part of the San Fernando Valley to another.

Scandrick, who recently put his Woodland Hills home back on the market, has closed sale on an estate in a gated Tarzana neighborhood for $2.8 million.

The French chateau-inspired home, built in 1998 and recently renovated, is loaded with outdoor amenities. There’s a built-in barbecue, a fire pit and a lighted basketball half-court. A custom saltwater swimming pool has a spa and a waterslide that extends up the hillside.


Inside, the roughly 6,400-square-foot home has a contemporary vibe with subdued hues, hardwood and stone floors and decorative wrought-iron work. A two-story foyer, a living room with a wall fireplace, a formal dining area, five bedrooms and seven bedrooms are among the living areas.

A family room features a walk-in bar, and an oversized kitchen sports two islands. The master suite, with a separate retreat and a fireplace, opens to a balcony overlooking the pool.

The house came to market in March for $2.895 million, records show. It previously changed hands three years ago for $2.895 million.

Tony Truisi of Rodeo Realty was the listing agent. Justin Paul Huchel of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Realty, represented Scandrick.

Scandrick, 29, is looking to bounce back in 2016 after missing all of last season due to injury. The veteran defensive back previously started 29 games for the Cowboys from 2013-14.


Last year, he signed a one-year extension worth $9.5 million that will keep him with Dallas through the 2019 season.

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