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The $1.7 million sale of the 6,987-square-foot home at 4083 Isabella Cir. breaks down to about $245 per square foot.
The $1.7 million sale of the 6,987-square-foot home at 4083 Isabella Cir. breaks down to about $245 per square foot. (Orange County Property Appraiser)

Super Bowl winning linebacker Bruce Irvin has reached the end zone with his Casabella at Windermere home.

According to a deed recorded Wednesday in Orange County, Irvin sold his home at 4083 Isabella Cir. for about $1.7 million. The deal for the 6,987-square-foot home breaks down to about $245 per square foot.

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Homebuilder Toll Brothers completed the exclusive single-family community in 2016, the same year Irvin and his wife, Alyssa, paid a little more than $1.6 million for the five-bedroom Italian Renaissance-style home.

Find out how the Super Bowl winner honored his college alma mater.

Features include floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a summer kitchen, media room, three-car garage and a spiral staircase that leads to a library loft. A more custom feature in its pool struts the Mountaineers logo of Irvin's alma mater, West Virginia University.

The home hit the market in August asking $1.97 million, according to Realtor.com. The Julie Bettosini Team with Stockworth Realty Group had the listing. Keller Williams Classic II Realty brought the buyers, Ravi and Sushma Koneru.

A native of Atlanta, Irvin played just two years at WVU and was quickly recognized by recruiters. The Seattle Seahawks drafted Irvin with the 15th overall pick in 2012, where he moved from defensive end to outside linebacker and played in two consecutive Super Bowls, winning one.

In November, Irvin signed a one-year contract with his hometown team, the Atlanta Falcons after being cut by the Oakland Raiders. Before clearing waivers and becoming a free agent, the Super Bowl winning linebacker had $3.8 million left on his contract.

He joined a star list of professional athletes who settled in the 79-home gated community, including former NBA and Orlando Magic guard Quentin Richardson.

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