Basketball’s Andre Iguodala scores a buyer for Bay Area home

Former Warrior Andre Iguodala, now a member of the Miami Heat, has sold his Bay Area home of three years for $3.65 million.
Former Warrior Andre Iguodala, now a member of the Miami Heat, has sold his Lafayette, Calif., home of three years for $3.65 million.
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Well, that was quick. Miami Heat star Andre Iguodala has sold his home near Oakland in about six weeks for $3.65 million, records show.

Iguodala, who previously played for Golden State from 2013-19, put the Lafayette home on the market in mid-July for $3.898 million and had an offer in hand a month later. He bought the place in 2017 for $3.6 million, according to real estate records.

Designed by architect Ken Hertel and completed in 2004, the Tuscan two-story has 5,700 square feet of contemporary-vibe living space, a vaulted entry and a chef’s kitchen with two islands.


Arched windows in the dining room center on garden views. The family room opens to an outdoor living room with a fireplace feature. Five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms fill out the floor plan.

Outside, the roughly half-acre property contains a swimming pool, a putting green and a sports court.

Iguodala, 36, has been on the move since last summer when the Warriors dealt him to the Grizzlies in a cash-saving move. The onetime all-star was later acquired midseason by Miami after not playing a game for Memphis.

As part of the multiplayer deal, he signed a two-year, $30-million extension with the Heat.

Julie Poppi of Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty was the listing agent, according to the MLS. Dana Green of Compass represented the buyer.