New Warrior Nick Young sells his Tarzana home, shoe house

Lauren Beale
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Golden State Warriors shooting guard Nick Young has sold his old home court in Tarzana for $3.25 million. In addition to the main dwelling, there’s a customized guesthouse that he had converted into storage space for his vast shoe collection.

Iggy Azalea rumors to the contrary, the former Laker was the sole owner of the property, which he bought three years ago from singer-actress Selena Gomez for $3.45 million. Apparently shoe houses and celebrity cred aren’t necessarily appreciation upgrades.

There are a total of six bedrooms and nine bathrooms within the 6,630 square feet of living space.

Also on the acre of grounds is a lighted and fenced basketball court, an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool with a spa. Lush landscaping surrounds a blue-stone courtyard with a fountain at the front of the home.

Young, 32, starred at USC and was an NBA first-round draft pick. He averaged 13.2 points a game for the Lakers this past season before joining the Warriors.

Kofi Nartey and Trevor Lambright of Compass were the listing agents. Nicholas Donohoe of Coldwell Banker represented the buyer.

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