DeAndre Jordan Selling $12.9 Million Home After Only Living In It For One Year
The 2016-2017 NBA basketball season is set to tip-off next Tuesday but Clippers center DeAndre Jordan is ready for the final buzzer to sound on his $12.95 million Pacific Palisades home.
Jordan purchased the house just last year but apparently he’s prepared to raise up out of the newly built home already. So ready, in fact, that he’s selling the home for a loss at a price tag of just 12.4 million according to Trulia.
We post a lot of celebrity cribs here, but we have to say that DeAndre’s not-so-humble abode is easily one of the nicest. You can practically smell how new it is from the photos.
According to LATimes, the house is “walking distance” from teammate Blake Griffin’s pad,
Cape Cod-inspired three-story home has 10,500 square feet of living space — slightly more than the size of two basketball courts.
Accessed through a gated garden complete with a cascading waterfall, the home opens to a chandelier-topped grand foyer with a floating-style staircase.
Dark wood floors, paneled walls and neutral tones set off the open-plan interiors. Among public areas is a formal living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room with diamond-shaped coffered ceilings, and a center-island kitchen. A glass-enclosed wine cellar sits off the family room.
Really nice place. Flip the page to see more detailed images of the multi-million dollar home.
Image via Shawn Cordon Real Estate