Former NFL QB Dilfer sells for $2.55M in Westlake

Trent Dilfer and his wife, Cassandra, sold four-bedroom, four-bath home at 1799 Arlington Row in Westlake to Jacqueline R. Rhodes for $2.55 million on Sept. 21, 2006.

The Dilfers paid $2.1805 million for the property in July 2005.

The 7,384-square-foot condo is located in the Cotsworld Manor subdivision.

Mr. Dilfer is a former professional football player and broadcaster who played for the Cleveland Browns in 2005.

He was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' first draft pick and sixth pick overall in the 1994 NFL Draft. He played quarterback with the Buccaneers and got the starting quarterback slot in his second year there. In 1997, he selected for the Pro Bowl with the Buccaneers.

He signed with the Baltimore Ravens in 2000 and helped the team to a 34-7 win over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV.

Mr. Dilfer was released by the Ravens in 2001 and joined the Seattle Seahawks. He played there until 2005, mostly in a back-up role, before being traded to the Browns for one season. He was traded to the San Francisco 49ers in 2006 to mentor first round draft pick Alex Smith.

He retired in December 2008 after a concussion took him out of the 2007 season, and he began working for ESPN as a football analyst in June.

There have been 108 sales in Westlake so far in 2008. The median sales price is $220,000.

Address: 1799 Arlington Row
Buyer(s): Jacqueline R Rhodes
Seller(s): Cassandra Dilfer and Trent F Dilfer
Sale date: Sep. 21, 2006

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