Buccaneers’ Safety Dashon Goldson’s Marina Del Rey Home Up For Rent at $4,600 a Month
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Safety Dashon Goldson is reportedly offering his Marina Del Rey, Calif., home for rent asking just $4,600 a month.
Goldson purchased the residence last year paying $555,000 for the plush condo. Located on one of the higher floors of the Cove building, the residence provides supreme comfort.
According to Realtor.com, the top floor condo features an open floor plan measuring upwards of 1,700 square feet. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer beautiful views of the ocean and the mountains.
The master bedroom consists of dual baths completely made of marble while the living room sports a gas-fireplace. The home features a modern modular kitchen and a formal dining area as well.
The building offers many other luxury facilities like a spa, a modern fitness center, an infinity pool and a screening room. A recreation center is also available for the residents.
The listing lies with Panos Papadopoulos of Hermes International Estates & Realty, according to the Los Angeles Times. It describes the residence as:
"Simply stunning! Stylish, ultra-customized, contemporary, extraordinary and unique are some of the words that describe this exciting property. This is a highly sought-after private, corner unit; A rare designer's paradise..."
Check out the photos of the residence here.
Goldson made his career debut playing for the San Francisco 49ers in 2007. However, in 2011 he tested the waters when he considered a deal with the New England Patriots, but returned to the SF 49ers stating that he wanted to be a part of the 'building stage' of the team.
Goldson is famous for his hard play. He has been fined several times for his "unnecessary roughness". "The Hawk" hasn't had a very good first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with whom he signed a $41.25 million, five-year contract after the end of last season.
Goldson is considering "training camp" before this season starts and is confident that he will return with a bang.
"I think training camp will be a good timetable," Goldson was quoted telling ESPN.com by NBC Sports. "Right now, I'm just relying on our training staff to get me back right."