Retired tight end Owen Daniels is in victory formation.
His home in Houston, where he spent eight seasons as a Texan, has sold for an undisclosed price. (Texas is among a number of states that does not require the public disclosure of prices in real estate transactions.)
The two-time Pro Bowl player bought the home in 2011 and listed it in April. It was most recently priced at $1.85 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
Brick and stucco unite for the façade. Through a double-door entry, the 6,054-square-foot interior opens to a brick-lined foyer with a winding staircase.
Hardwood covers the rest of the living spaces, which include a living room filled with built-ins, a formal dining room with a wine closet, a wood-paneled office and a center-island kitchen.
Five bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and a game room fill out the rest of the floor plan.
The highlights continue outside, where a covered lounge with a brick fireplace adjoins a pool and spa with sun shelves, waterfalls and a swim-up bar. A putting green and trellis-topped patio complete the scene.
Sharon Ballas of Greenwood King Properties held the listing. Augustin Vaeza of RE/MAX Vintage represented the buyer.