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NBA’s Arron Afflalo puts his Ladera Heights home on the block

Local basketball product Arron Afflalo has listed his Ladera Heights home, which was once owned by WNBA great Lisa Leslie, for sale at $2.295 million.
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As the NBA trade deadline approaches, Orlando Magic shooting guard Arron Afflalo is ready to make a deal of his own. He’s put his home in the Ladera Heights neighborhood on the market for $2.295 million.

Formerly owned by WNBA great Lisa Leslie, the corner-lot contemporary has been extensively remodeled and updated. Features of the multilevel house include hardwood floors, open-plan space and a center-island chef’s kitchen. Walls of windows, skylights and clerestories bathe the interior in natural light.

Some 5,400 square feet of living space includes a sunken living room, a family room, a den, and breakfast and dining areas. There are two master suites for a total of four bedrooms and five bathrooms. A second-floor balcony takes in city-light views.


Outdoors, steps lead from patio areas to a fenced swimming pool with a baja deck and circular spa. Elsewhere is a two-car garage.

Afflalo, a Los Angeles native, led Centennial High School to a state title in 2004 and was a Pac-10 Player of the Year (2007) with the UCLA Bruins basketball program. Now in his 11th NBA season, the 32-year-old has career averages of 10.9 points and 2.9 rebounds.

Marina Steele of Nelson Shelton Real Estate ERA Powered holds the listing, according to the Multiple Listing Service.


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