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Philadelphia Eagles Player Desean Jackson Buys $1.65 California Home
As the Philadelphia Eagles’ brass upgrade the roster this offseason, DeSean Jackson is doing a little upgrading of his own – on the home front. The two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver recently closed on a new home in Tarzana, CA. Property records indicate that Jackson, who starred at Long Beach Poly before playing collegiately for the University of California, Berkeley, shelled out $1.65 million for the two-story suburban home.
Described as a “gated paradise,” Jackson’s new spread measures 3,837 square feet in size and offers a total of four bedrooms and six bathrooms. The property was originally built in 1951, but has been tastefully updated to reflect a more modern décor. Various sitting areas come clad in hardwood and crown molding, while a chef’s kitchen boasts Carrara marble countertops. A secluded “master’s suite” occupies the upstairs level and features a private fireplace, sitting area, spa-like bath and French doors leading to a lengthy balcony overlooking the pool. Last, but certainly not least, a detached studio with its own private bath and set of French doors rounds out DeSean’s new purchase.
Check out the full lay out of Desean’s new digs after the flip.