The Seattle, WA chapter of NBA All-Star Kevin Durant’s life is coming to a close. Drafted 2nd overall in 2007 by the Seattle SuperSonics, KD played a lone season in the green and gold before owners of the Emerald City franchise up and left for the greener pastures of Oklahoma City, OK. Durant’s old stomping ground can be found across the Hadley Memorial Bridge, just 20 minutes southeast of the Sonics’ former home, Key West Arena.
A contemporary, two-story design built in 2007, KD’s crib sits on a little over a third-of-an-acre of land and offers 5,910-square-feet of living space, with nearly 3,000-square-feet dedicated to each floor. The house, decked out in hardwood flooring, wrought-iron bannisters and other fine finishes, boasts a total of five bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths. It has all the general home offerings, such as a formal living room and dining room area, chef’s kitchen and family room, as well as high-end amenities like a home theater room, outdoor sauna with a flat screen television, and a house-wide ultramodern A/V and security systems.
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