The Pro Bowler purchased the sleek contemporary for $3,223,000 in April, shortly after being traded from the Pittsburgh Steelers to Oakland. But after a series of conflicts with Steelers management during a tumultuous training camp, Brown was dumped from the team in September.
This home is also where Brown was when he received the joyous news that the Raiders had cut him loose.
Here’s Antonio Brown finding out the Raiders released him: pic.twitter.com/nP4AZUh84s
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 7, 2019
Newly constructed on 1.24 acres in the East Bay Hills, the property has a total of six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. It includes a 3,500-square-foot main house and a one-bedroom guest cottage. Details include wide-plank oak floors, high ceilings, and custom blinds.
The single-level main house features a living area with fireplace, and a dining area. Sliding glass doors open the space to the patio and pool. Adjacent to the dining area is the modern kitchen, which features stone counters, an island, custom cabinets, and a double-wide, stainless-steel refrigerator.
Three of the home’s five bedrooms are en suite, including the master bedroom, which also features a walk-in closet, marble bath, and access to the yard. The guest cottage includes a kitchen, master suite, living area, and glass doors that open to the pool. Also out back are lounging areas and a fireplace.
The location of the home offers easy access to highways and business hubs in San Francisco and the East Bay.
Brown has also placed his suburban Pennsylvania home on the market.
Brown, 31, played with the Steelers from 2010 through 2018. After joining the Patriots, he played one game before being dropped by the team as allegations of sexual and personal misconduct came to light.
Maria Afzal with Keller Williams is the listing agent.
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