Old Fillers Quarterback Philip Rivers, who joined the Indianapolis Colts offseason as a free agent, has placed his home in the gated Santaluz community on the market at a price of $ 4.199 million.
The Spanish-style residence, built in 2005 and recently renewed, sits behind a fenced entrance on land overlooking the green and fairways of the Santaluz Club golf course.
With stone and hard wood, this one-story house has curved doors, domed ceilings, and open beams. Rich wood panels fill the office, which opens into the backyard. In the chef’s kitchen, two islands are paired with a breakfast corner with built-in seating.
The spacious master suite has a separate sitting room, fireplace, and walk-in closet. There are six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in more than 6,800 square feet of living space.
The French door set opens to a covered porch with a hanging swing and a pool table. The grounds contain a saltwater swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, fireplace, and green area. Plantation boxes, lawns and play houses fill the yard.
Rivers bought the house in 2009 for $ 3,299 million.
The 38-year-old Quarterback is a 16-year consistency model with Chargers, making 235 consecutive starts (including 11 playoffs). Pro Bowl Selection eight times, he holds the franchise record in more than 30 categories, including passing yards and goals.
He signed a one-year, $ 25 million contract with the Colts in March.
Shaun Worthen of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties holds the listing.
More glam for young moguls
Another year, another home for Kylie Jenner. The reality television star has bought a modern complex in Bel-Air for $ 36.5 million.
This is an impressive pickup for beginner cosmetic moguls, who bought some land at La Quinta last year and a contemporary mansion in the Beverly Hills Post Office area with Travis Scott the year before.
At a price of $ 36.5 million, this is the second highest sales in the County in April, behind only the famous land of the former Rams owner, Georgia Frontiere – which is trading at $ 43.3 million this month.
Jenner’s new 15,000-square-foot home was first sold last summer for $ 55 million. Covering almost a plot of land, this property offers a one-story house built last year, a guest house, basketball court and a neat outdoor space with a pool, fire pit and projection screen.
Wrapped in concrete, facades like a fortress give way to interior designers. Lounges, bars and game rooms fill the living room, which opens through glass walls to about 5,000 square feet of covered patio space.
Seven bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, two guest apartments, a kitchen with a marble island and a dining room with paneled walls are also inside.
Jenner, 22, is mostly known for her family’s reality series, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” which follows the lives of siblings, parents-in-law and parents. Last year, he sold a controlling stake in his cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics, for $ 600 million. Forbes registered his net worth of $ 1 billion.
Ginger Glass of Compass holds that list.
Active for new beat
Brent Kutzle is keeping things moving in Topanga. About a year after buying a four-acre mountain retreat in a beautiful community, bassist and cellist OneRepublic has sold this property for $ 2.195 million.
That’s $ 95,000 more than he paid for last May, real estate records show.
Privacy is the story here, because modern farmhouses enjoy 360 degree views from the end of a private road tucked between mountains. “Four hectares feels like hundreds with the surrounding gardens and the privacy they provide,” said Kutzle.
Four hectare garden.
The dining room.
The crisp white exterior gives way more to the same part, because wood accents and heated concrete floors break public spaces painted white. On the main floor, there is a living room, dining room, and kitchen in the center of the island, all lined with sliding glass doors.
The second story offers bonus rooms, offices, attics accessed by spiral stairs and main rooms. One of three bedrooms, opening to a spacious terrace with a wide view. The grassy lawn complements the property below.
Tony Mark and Russell Grether of Compass hold the listing.
Originally from Fountain Valley, Kutzle has recorded four albums with pop-rock bands, including “Oh My My.” Their latest effort, “Humans,” will be released this year.
Another base for super agents
Super sports agent Scott Boras, which represents some of the biggest stars in baseball, has closed most of its own property, paying $ 3,925 million for a house in Newport Beach.
Newport Beach is a popular place for Boras. He runs his sports agency out of a beach town, and he sold a Mediterranean-style house there last year for $ 2.9 million.
With an area of 4,700 square feet, this house is slightly larger than the last one, featuring four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in a two-floor floor plan. A few blocks from the water in the popular Cliffhaven neighborhood, this house has a clean white exterior with black shutters.
Inside, a circular ceiling light illuminates the porch with paneled walls and stairs. Other living rooms include billiard rooms, offices, two island kitchens, and indoor-outdoor lounges.
Bagging doors open outside, where a rocky terrace includes a grill and fireplace. A swimming pool, fountain, and herbal garden with plantation beds complete the view.
Boras has negotiated more than $ 2.3 billion in baseball contracts at the moment, according to Forbes. Over the years, he represented all the stars like Alex Rodriguez, Bryce Harper, Prince Fielder, Matt Holliday, Kris Bryant, and three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer.
Timothy Tamura and Jason Foreman from Valia Properties hold the list. Michelle Linovitz from Villa Real Estate represented Boras.
Release the known route
Same as Jason WittenHis historic trip with the Dallas Cowboys has ended, and so has his time in Texas. The tight end of the star, who signed a one-year contract with the Las Vegas Raiders offseason, has placed his impressive fortune in Westlake, a prosperous suburb of Fort Worth, on the market for $ 4.685 million.
The Mediterranean mansion was found in Vaquero, a gated community about half an hour north of the Cowboys stadium. To be exact, this property stretches around 1.2 hectares – or roughly the size of a soccer field.
The dense landscape approaches a stone clad house, which has a floor plan of 8,000 square feet with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a spacious living room. Hardwood floors provide contrast in a white-painted kitchen; Other highlights include wine cellars, cinemas, wet bars and memorable game rooms.
The columns cover the covered porch at the back, complete with a separate dining room under the chandelier. Spaces down to the large resort-style swimming pool with spa, slide and waterfall. Elsewhere is the 828-square-foot guesthouse.
Witten, 37, spent 15 seasons with Cowboy and retired to become an analyst with ESPN’s Monday Night Football before returning to the team for another season in 2019. He collected 1,215 receptions during his career in Dallas, both for the most in the history of the team and fourth biggest of all time.
In March, he signed a one-year contract with Las Vegas Raiders.
Roxann Taylor and Dan Nicoloff of Engel & Völkers Dallas Southlake hold listings.