Set for a second tour of basketball duty in Australia,
Childress, who re-signed with the Sydney Kings of Australia's National Basketball League in July, bought the unit in the Lennox building at Central Park West in 2013 for $773,000, records show.
Steel accents, travertine floors and custom built-ins set the stage for the single-story residence of more than 2,400 square feet.
Among features is an open-space living/dining room with a wall fireplace and a home theater and a contemporary kitchen with granite countertops and dark wood cabinetry. Separate master suites each have custom closets, soaking tubs and steam showers.
Glass doors off of the common areas open to a long patio space. Elsewhere is an attached two-car, finished garage.
Jeffrey Caughren of HOM Sotheby's International Realty is the listing agent.
Childress, 32, was a McDonald’s High School All-American at Mayfair High School in Lakewood and earned Pac-10 Player of the Year honors at Stanford his junior year. The sixth overall pick in the 2004 draft, the guard-forward has played for the
He was among the top players in the National Basketball League last year before his season was cut short because of a pectoral injury.