Terrell Owens sells his home field in Sherman Oaks for $2 million
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has completed a trade in the San Fernando Valley, selling his home in Sherman Oaks for $2 million.
The two-story Traditional-style home on a corner lot returned to the market in August for $2,198,500 and was under contract in about a month. Anita Rich of Keller Williams Studio City represented Owens. Patricia Threlkel of Sunset Group Realty repped the buyer.
Built in 2013, the East Coast-inspired house is highlighted by French white oak floors, dove white wall siding and double-hung and picture windows. A wide porch with a swing wraps around the lower level of the home.
Interior spaces include a step-down living room with raised ceilings and a fireplace that opens to a formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen with a wide center island. A family room, a den-office and a sun room are also within the 4,888 square feet of living space.
Five bedrooms and 5.25 bathrooms include a master suite with a sitting room, fireplace and massive walk-in closet. French doors set off the master bathroom open to a private patio.
Outdoors, hedged grounds include a covered patio, a large expanse of grass and a swimming pool and spa with a waterfall features. Elsewhere on the grounds is a three-car garage.
Owens, 41, played 15 seasons for the 49ers, Eagles, Cowboys, Bills and Bengals, making five All-Pro teams. His 15,934 receiving yards rank second only to Jerry Rice (22,895) in NFL history.
He bought the house with his estranged wife, Rachel Snider, in January 2014 for $2.2 million, property records show.
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