An NFL Veteran’s Next Play Is to Sell His Fun-Filled Newport Coast Pad
After a long and prosperous career as a wide receiver in the NFL, TJ Houshmandzadeh is now paying it forward by working as a high school football coach at Long Beach Poly High School in California. Not far away, his canyon-front estate in Newport Coast, which boasts every possible amenity for unparalleled entertaining, just hit the market for $4.195 million. Houshmandzadeh isn't the only NFL retiree making real estate moves. In Miami, former linebacker Stephen Tulloch has another oasis of warmth up for sale.
This West Coast home's gracious spaces include five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, a game room and more, but it’s the outdoor areas that really shine. When the sun’s out, there's hardly any reason to come inside with an infinity pool, ample lounge chairs, a fire pit, a loggia with a built-in barbeque, a cabana, and a custom basketball court. The line between indoor and outdoor blurs under the expansive covered patio, which features an elegant dining area and a cozy living room with a fireplace.
While the exterior has a Mediterranean style, inside the décor is a mix of contemporary and comfort. Clean lines provide sophistication and bright colors reinforce the idea that this house was built for fun.
Andrew McDonald, Farrah Aldjufrie, and Linda Chan of The Agency have the incredible listing.