Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick has purchased a house in the Hollywood Hills for $2.1 million.
Set beneath the Hollywood sign, the contemporary house features retractable walls of glass and a top-floor master bedroom with a dressing area and bathroom for a total of four bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms in about 3,500 square feet. The sleek kitchen contains a triangular island and a stainless range hood. Outdoor amenities include a sunken spa. The three-story house, built in 2009, has downtown and canyon views.
Scandrick, 24, was selected by the Cowboys in the 2008 NFL draft. He was born in Torrance and played in college for Boise State.
Josh Altman and Matt Altman of the Altman Brothers, Hilton & Hyland, represented Scandrick. Greg Holcomb and Mark Rutstein of Partners Trust in Beverly Hills had the listing.
Not selling for a song in Palm Springs
Broadway composer and lyricist Jerry Herman has listed his Palm Springs retreat for sale at $1.285 million.
Called Villacage, the custom estate occupies a half-acre site in the gated Bellamonte Estates community. The Mediterranean-style house includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms in its 5,546 square feet. Water features include a 61-foot-long lap pool, an in-ground spa and waterfalls.
Herman, 80, won Tony Awards for best composer and lyricist for "Hello, Dolly!" in 1964 and for original score for "La Cage aux Folles" in 1984.
Public records show he bought the house new in 2004 for $1.5 million.
Brady Sandahl of HOM Real Estate Group in Palm Springs and Ron de Salvo of Coldwell Banker's Beverly Hills North office have the listing.