L.A. Clippers star Chris Paul puts his Bel-Air home in play at $11.5 million


Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is looking to make a change to his home lineup, listing his estate in Bel-Air for sale at $11.495 million.

It was four years ago that the perennial All-Star bought the eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion four years ago from singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for $8.495 million. He’s since bought another home on two acres in Calabasas for $8.995 million.

For the record:

12:35 p.m. Aug. 24, 2016An earlier version of this article misidentified the number of bedrooms and bathrooms in the house. There are eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

Obscured on either side by tall privacy hedges, the two-story Mediterranean sits on half an acre in guard-gated Bel-Air Crest and takes in canyon and reservoir views.


The 12,184 square feet of interior has been updated during Paul’s ownership and features vibrant hardwood floors, modern fixtures and white gallery walls. Among the amenities are a 12-seat theater, a billiards room and a gym with a sauna. An elevator services both floors.

A chef’s kitchen boasts dark cabinetry and two islands — enough room for hosting the Clippers’ starting five. The master retreat offers a getaway experience with a kitchenette, a fireplace and a balcony overlooking the grounds.

Sliding walls of glass off the common areas open to a swimming pool and spa. Rolling lawns, landscaping and sweeping views complete the setting.

Ikem Chukumerije of Westside Premier Estates holds the listing.

Paul, 31, averaged 19.5 points and 10 assists for the Clippers last season, his fifth with the team. The former first-round pick out of Wake Forest made his ninth consecutive All-Star team last year.


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