The Los Angeles Clippers’ star DeAndre Jordan has been making a lot of real estate transactions recently. One of them is this five-bedroom, six-bathroom $5 million house that he recently purchased in Malibu, CA. The other, is a gigantic, 10,500 sq ft $12 million mansion in Pacific Palisades, CA. Basically, he’s downsizing. Which is arguably a smart decision, because he’s not going to be making NBA money forever.
At 4,600 sq ft, his new house is no slouch. Sure, it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that his old pad had (a pool and spa with cascading water accents, a basketball court, a putting green, etc), but that just means there is way less to maintain. Not that Jordan was doing the upkeep himself, but every homeowner I know would say, “Less house work? Amen to that!”
Here are all the amenities of DeAndre Jordan’s new house, according to Trulia:
Originally built in 1980, the 4,600-square-foot home has been recently remodeled and redesigned. It features everything you’d imagine for a baller like DeAndre: A gourmet kitchen with a family area overlooks the rolling grounds, which include a swimming pool and spa. And when he’s not practicing, DeAndre can embrace the sunny Southern California weather with the home’s indoor/outdoor aesthetic, including a living room that opens out to a covered terrace. There’s also a movie theater, as well as a completely separate guest suite and a resort-style yard with lush landscaping.