Manhattan Beach home with Lakers and Kings pedigree lists for $2.9 million
Former L.A. Kings wing Alexander Frolov is seeking $2.895 million for his Manhattan Beach home, which was built for former Laker Slava Medvedenko.
Alexander Frolov, the former left wing for the Kings, has put his home in Manhattan Beach back on the market at $2.895 million.
Frolov isn’t the only athlete connected to the Mediterranean-style spread. The house was originally built for former Lakers forward Slava Medvedenko. Medvedenko sold the property in 2005, and Frolov bought it a year later for $2.299 million, public records show.
Set on a corner lot, the custom two-story has two stone columns that support a covered porch. Inside, the 4,472 square feet of living space features a step-down landing that opens to a living room with vaulted ceilings, a fireplace and a wet bar.
An open-plan kitchen and family room, a formal dining room, five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms are among the other living spaces. A pair of balconies and a fireplace highlight the updated master suite.
Outdoors, concrete decking surrounds the swimming pool and a spa with a waterfall feature. A barbecue island and dining patio complete the South Bay setting.
Michael Grady and Anne Burkin of the Agency hold the listing.
Frolov, 35, was a first-round draft pick of the Kings in 2000 and spent seven seasons with the team from 2002 to 2010. Following a season with the New York Rangers, he returned to his native Russia in 2011, signing a three-year deal with Avangard Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League.
He last played professionally two years ago.
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