The L.A. Clippers guard, who has had a hot hand during the team's recent four-game winning streak, has listed his mansion-estate in Austin, Texas, for sale at $6.9 million -- nearly double what the home sold for in 2012.
Set behind a gated drive on more than an acre, the Tuscan-inspired home is entered through a grand foyer with arched ceilings and doorways and checkerboard stone flooring. Elaborate chandeliers, exposed beams and textured ceiling and wall treatments are a common theme throughout the 9,479 square feet of living space, which has six bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
Among amenities is a center-island kitchen, a dining room with a brick herringbone ceiling, a brick-lined wine cellar and a wood-paneled office. A media room, lined with a slatted wood finish, features four flat-screen televisions, a drop-down movie screen and a wet bar.
Outdoors, stone columns flank an outdoor living room complete with a wall fireplace and another flat-screen TV. Elsewhere, a large entertainer's space and a covered patio with kitchen and wet bar overlook an infinity-edge pool and spa with dual waterfall features and custom lighting.
Property records show that the home most recently sold in 2012 for $3.8 million. Cord Shiflet of Moreland Properties is the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
Redick, 30, is averaging 15.8 points per game while shooting a career-best 42.8% from beyond the arc for the Clippers this season. The former Duke standout previously played for the