San Diego Chargers' Antonio Gates Lists Renovated Hollywood Home

After having two babies in two years, San Diego Charger Antonio Gates and his wife, Sasha, have outgrown their four-story, Hollywood hillside home and have put it on the market for $2,999,000. Before they put up the "For Sale" sign, the couple completely renovated the five-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom house.

Sasha renovated the 4,428-square-foot home from top to bottom, with the help of Urban Interior Designs and Landscapes. She was also busy caring for her two children -- 2-year-old Ayla and 7-month-old Aven -- and starring on the reality TV show "WAGS" on E!.

The Gates' beautiful home was featured on a number of episodes of the show. But as lovely as the home is, two babies, a pool, and multiple staircases don't mix.

So, they're selling the home they purchased in 2014 for $1,660,000. The remodel includes white oak hardwood floors throughout, custom window treatments, and a striking aqua glass front fireplace. The kitchen is also new -- it features stainless-steel appliances and a wine cooler. In addition, Sasha freshened up the master suite, which occupies the entire fourth floor and has its own balcony. And last but not least, they added a pool and spa out back.

While they wait for offers on their Hollywood home, the growing family will chill in their San Diego -- area residence, which is more convenient during the season. They might buy another L.A.-area home if the Chargers relocate to Los Angeles or if E! orders a third season of "WAGS."

Antonio, a star tight end and an eight-time Pro Bowler, has played for the Chargers since 2003, when he began his football career. The future Hall of Famer was a basketball star at Kent State and didn't play a down of college football.

Although Sasha has finished the renovation and "WAGS" has wrapped up filming, she isn't sitting still. She's working on the release of her debut R&B album and volunteering with her favorite charity, The Dolling Foundation, which provides high-quality wigs to women surviving hair loss due to illness.