Retired NFL star and current sports analyst Tony Gonzalez listed this expansive modern farmhouse in Beverly Hills late last summer with a $30 million asking price. A subsequent price reduction to $28 million didn’t quite do the trick, so the seven-bed home is back on the market in the final days of winter with a price cut that leaves the listing asking $25 million.
The property’s exterior living area is lovely. In the back of the home, the interior living spaces open up, via a series of glass walls, to a semi-courtyard; a pool, patio, bar, fire lounge and stretch of lawn occupy the lion’s share of the available space abutting the house, but the lot is large enough to get a tennis court in further along.
The interiors of this house are contemporary, but quite warm, with gray-tinged wide-plank hardwood floors and a variety of ceiling fixtures adding some weathered rusticity to the wide-open living area and its modern lines. High ceilings throughout—ten- or eleven-footers, looks like—and built-in shelving adds to the easygoing, unpretentious living style.