Deandre Jordan Selling His Malibu Real Estate For $6.5 Million

March 6, 2018 at 5:08 am by Terez in DeAndre Jordan

Los Angeles Clippers big man DeAndre Jordan has put his 4,600-square-foot, ultramodern estate in Malibu, CA, on the market for $6.5 million, only 14 months after buying it. Jordan  makes his living in the paint and currently ranks as the most accurate shooter in NBA history, making roughly seven out of every 10 shots he takes. The Texas native is the highest-paid player on the Clippers roster, and in 2015 he was set to sign with the Dallas Mavericks before the Clippers reeled him back in with a four-year, $88 million contract. As the contract plays out and the Clippers rebuild, analysts have speculated Jordan could wind up in a new locale this summer. Listing his five-bedroom, six-bath home has added fuel to those rumors. Listing via Realtor.com:  Absolutely stunning contemporary estate in prime location in Serra Retreat! Malibu’s premier guard gated community! Completely remodeled and redesigned with the absolute finest finishes. Privately gated on an over one half acre usable lot with complete privacy and beautiful mountain views. A truly sensational setting! The open concept floor plan boasts a dramatic living room with beamed ceilings and massive pocket doors that over look the grounds. Other interior features include hard wood floors, modern center island kitchen, walls of glass, new custom wood detailed bar, and high quality designer finishes throughout. There is a state of the art home theater with all new equipment, and a separate detached guest quarters. The master suite boasts a beautiful modern bathroom and recently expanded sundeck/balcony. The resort quality grounds are second to none! Custom detailed covered terrace, pool, spa and massive all new drought tolerant landscaping. Other amenities include new security system with multiple cameras, iPad controlled Crestron smart home technology, attached garage and so much more. The perfect Malibu estate! If I’m Jordan I’m staying right there in that house, pretty cool pad. What’s better than being a professional basketball player in Los Angeles…nothing.-TO