Activist and 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has made headlines this year, though not for his pigskin prowess. The clearheaded QB, whose silent protests during the national anthem before NFL games have inspired other athletes to follow suit, put his San Jose property on the market this week to the tune of $2,895,000.
Featuring four beds, five and five half baths, and 4,569 square feet, the 1999 construction at 4903 Eastbourne is decidedly contemporary, benefiting from a recent $300,000 renovation. However, Kap’s home does come with some new flourishes that could be tossed. The vessel sinks, Game of Thrones-esque doors, and carpeting,
Which isn’t to say it’s bad. Perish the thought. Just a touch dated. For example, the patio is lovely in its own right. That master bath is something else, replete a foyer boasting circular chandelier and blue animalic wallpaper. And who doesn’t love a pool with a water accent?
Here’s where Kapernick used to call home.
- 4903 Eastbourne [The Genesis Team]
- A timeline of Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest and the athletes who joined him [SB Nation]
- Colin Kaepernick's role has changed, but his message remains the same [SB Nation]
- 49ers' Colin Kaepernick puts his Bay Area home up for sale at $2.9 million [LA Times]