Pro football player Carson Palmer has placed his four-bedroom house in Laguna Beach, Calif. on the market for $2,949,000. In another in a long series of recent scoops, The Los Angeles Times' 'Hot Property' columnist Ann Brenoff on Tuesday broke the story online of the listing of the house at 739 Nyes Place in Laguna Beach by the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback. We were out in Laguna Beach just last week, in fact, but didn't unfortunately end up going past the Heisman Trophy winner's pad. Features in the 4,380-square-foot Mediterranean-style house, which was built in 2003, include five baths and a top level with an entry deck, a two-car garage and an ocean view office, according to listing information. The main level has a gourmet kitchen with granite counters, Viking stainless steel appliances, formal living and dining rooms, a guest room and a private laundry room, while the level just below has a master bedroom suite with a cedar-lined walk-in closet, an office with a private balcony, a sitting area with a fireplace, and bath with travertine and a bidet, according to listing information. The lowest level has two large bedrooms with a private and large ocean-view balcony, en-suite upgraded bathrooms with travertine, and cedar-lined closets, according to listing information. Other features include three fireplaces, a built-in aquarium, and white water views to Victoria Beach, according to listing information. The property came on the market almost two weeks ago. Records show that the onetime USC star paid $2,850,000 to buy the house new in February 2004, with the deal being recorded in March 2004. Check out an online listing sheet for Palmer's place -- complete with photos, and check out a property website for the house. Palmer owns at least two other houses. His property portfolio includes: --A 3,809-square-foot house at 355 13th Street in Del Mar, Calif., which he purchased new in early 2007 for $4,750,000, according to public records; --A five-bedroom, 5,575-square-foot house on 5.0 acres at 8885 Whisperinghill Drive in Cincinnati, Ohio, which he purchased in August 2003 for an undisclosed price, according to public records.