Former Eagle and new Ram DeSean Jackson recently saw his New Jersey home into his back pages. The 1995-built Colonial-style hit the market at $1.425 million in March; an above-ask sale closed earlier this month at $1.5 million.
The four-bed, five-bath home sports an exterior with a pair of mansard-roofed bay windows, and a double-door entry with a stone surround and an oversized second-floor window and fanlight that illuminates the stairwell.
Inside, it features a host of formal-traditional design elements, with marble and hardwood floors, light fixtures that run the gamut from candle sconce to recessed, and judicious use of barn doors. Amenities include a bar and a downstairs entertainment room with a kitchenette.
The 2.01-acre lot is mainly occupied by a fine stretch of lawn. In the middle of the green is a pool and sunlounge, with a patio and a second-floor deck fleshing out the warm-weather accoutrements.