Basketball analyst Kenny ‘the Jet’ Smith lists house in Encino
NBA analyst Kenny “the Jet” Smith and his wife, model-actress Gwendolyn Osborne, have put their stamp on a gated home in Encino and placed it on the market at $2.795 million.
The more than half-acre contemporary French country estate, built in 1963, includes a main house, a guesthouse and a swimming pool. Among its features are vaulted ceilings, skylights, a sunroom, an office and a home theater. There are six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 6,106 square feet of living space.
Smith, 48, is a retired NBA player and now an NBA analyst on television. The point guard played for the Sacramento Kings and Houston Rockets for the bulk of his basketball career. Osborne, a model on “The Price Is Right” (2005-12), flexed her acting skills on “Ocean Ave.” (2002-3).
The couple, who paid $1.85 million for the house two years ago and spent nearly a half-million dollars remodeling it, are looking for another house in the area.
Craig Knizek and Kofi Nartey of the Agency in Beverly Hills are the listing agents.
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