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Former 49er Ray McDonald Putting San Jose Home On The Market For $2.95 Million

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – Former San Francisco 49er defensive end Ray McDonald has put his South San Jose home on the market, while he faces ongoing legal troubles.

According to a real estate listing on Redfin posted this week, the football player's home with four bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths has been listed for $2.95 million. The 4,827 square foot home on Bentley Ridge Drive is on a 1.1 acre lot, which includes a large swimming pool and hot tub in the backyard.

Ray McDonald House
Aerial view of Ray McDonald home. (Redfin)

"It doesn't get any better than this! Executive entertaining at its finest in this grand former Model Home featuring an overwhelming amount of recent upgrades too numerous to list!" the listing read.

The home features a large kitchen with granite countertops, dark wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Other amenities include a home theater with a projection screen and a custom barbecue.

Ray McDonald House
Home theater inside Ray McDonald home. (Redfin)

The home has been put on the market one month after McDonald was released by the 49ers over allegations he sexually assaulted a woman at the home.

• December 17: McDonald Accused Of Sexual Assault; Police Serve Warrant At His SJ Home
• November 11: McDonald Speaks Out After Charges Dropped
• November 10: Domestic Violence Charges Dropped
• October 7: San Jose Police Investigated For Conflict Of Interest In Moonlighting For 49ers
• September 18: McDonald's Fiancée Grabbed Handgun During Disturbance
• August 31: McDonald Arrested On Domestic Violence Charge

According to court documents, the woman said she was assaulted after a night of drinking with McDonald and teammate Aldon Smith on December 14th. The case remains under investigation and Smith denies drinking at the home on that date.

Last August, McDonald was arrested at his home on suspicion of domestic violence over an alleged attack on his pregnant fiancée. Following an investigation, prosecutors said McDonald would not face charges due to a lack of evidence.

According to public records, the home was purchased by McDonald for $1.82 million in 2012.

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