Former Laker Jordan Hill sells Georgia mansion with indoor basketball court
After nearly a year on the market, Jordan Hill’s custom Georgia home has finally found a buyer. The former Laker sold his amenity-filled mansion for $1.75 million, or $350,000 shy of his January asking price, records show.
The 10,500-square-foot pad sits on half an acre in the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta, where Akon listed his five-acre estate two years ago for about $7 million.
Dramatic in style, the residence boasts expansive living spaces with bold shades of black and gray. There’s also an orange movie theater, a blue billiards room, an emerald green lounge and a purple gym.
Past a massive porte-cochère, a marble foyer with dual staircases kicks things off. The sleek space overlooks a step-down great room with walls of windows and two-story ceilings. Other common spaces include a stainless steel kitchen, a living room with a fireplace and a formal dining room with custom tile floors.
Seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms finish off the floor plan. In the master suite, an enclosed sleeping area expands to a carpet-lined lounge and crimson-hued bathroom.
The property also tacks on a pool house and full-size indoor basketball court. Out back, an outdoor kitchen overlooks a custom swimming pool with a grotto-style spa and slide.
Eric Walton of Pristine Palaces Realty held the listing. Bernard Brown Jr. of BHGRE Metro Brokers represented the buyer.
Following a successful college career at the University of Arizona, Hill was drafted by the New York Knicks with the eighth overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft. The 32-year-old spent eight years in the league, including three full seasons with the Lakers.
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