Davon House might spend the majority of his time in Jacksonville, FL, with the Jaguars, but in his downtime he likes to kick back in Hawaii. The 27-year-old NFL cornerback recently purchased a townhome in Kohanaiki, a private oceanfront community near Kailua-Kona.
According to Tiffany Hayden, senior account executive of media relations at Murphy O'Brien Public Relations, House bought the townhome this past winter for between $2 million and $3 million.
Located in the private community of Hale Mai'a, the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home has a pool, outdoor showers, hot tub, and detached guesthouse.
"When the season is over, he stays at Kohanaiki until camp starts. So it's more of a second home rather than a vacation home," Hayden says.
It's no big mystery why: Kohanaiki is a 450-acre community with access to the Hale Club, which features a Rees Jones -- designed golf course. It's an exclusive, invitation-only club; you can get in by either purchasing real estate or (presumably with the right connections) paying a $100,000 fee plus $25,000 in annual dues, according to a press release.
A couple of famous Hale Club members include golf stars Ben Crenshaw and Parker McLachlin, as well as tennis legend Lindsay Davenport, who also lives in Kohanaiki, according to Hayden.
House signed a four-year, $24.5 million contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars with a $10 million guarantee in March.
We don't have photos of House's home, but we do have some shots of a similar stunning Hale Mai'a townhouse, which Hayden provided for us. Feast your eyes.