Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush has paid around the $5 million asking price for a recently renovated, trilevel house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills, according to public records and the Los Angeles Times. Bush, 21, starred at USC and now plays for the New Orleans Saints, who play the Chicago Bears today in the NFC title game. Billed by one agent as the "hood ornament of the Hollywood Hills," the four-bedroom house at 1501 Viewsite Terrace was built in 1953 and virtually left untouched until interior designer Angie Thornbury bought it in summer 2003 from an L.A. lawyer for $1,625,000, according to public records and the Times. At that point, the designer gave the trilevel house "a party atmosphere and dramatic touches," the Times reported, including glass entry doors opening to a soaring, 23-foot-high living room ceiling, and a penthouse master bedroom suite. Other features--befitting a flashy Heisman winner--include six bathrooms, a home theater, a playroom with a pool table and three TVs, an Asian-themed guest suite, a spa, a yacht-inspired ironwood party deck with a pool, an elevator, a dining gazebo, a bar, a silver padded dining room, a floating glass library loft, and a platinum kitchen with Viking and SubZero appliances, according to listing information. See one listing sheet for the house--complete with photos--here, and check out a different agent's listing sheet here. The house's size is up for debate. Public records report that it measures 3,837 square feet, while the Times reported that the house has 4,800 square feet. The Times reported that Bush plans to use the house as an offseason residence.