As the Clippers continue to jockey for position in the NBA’s Western Conference, center DeAndre Jordan has executed an off-court play, selling his home in Pacific Palisades for $11.75 million — about $1 million less than he paid for it a year ago.
The Cape Cod-inspired mansion, built in 2014, has 10,500 square feet of living space, including a home theater with 130-inch screen, indoor exercise pool, elevator and gym. There’s even a secret room accessed by thumbprint entry system.
Inside the home’s double doors is a chandelier-topped foyer with a sweeping staircase that opens to the living room. The formal dining room features diamond-shaped coffered ceilings, and a wine cellar has a glass wall facing the foyer. The center-island kitchen has enough seating for an eight-man rotation.
The master retreat sports a large soaking tub and a wall of glass that opens to a private balcony. There are seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms in all.
The house came on the market in March for $12.895 million and was listed for $12.4 million prior to the sale. In November, the median sale price for single-family residences in that ZIP Code was $3.458 million based on 19 sales, according to CoreLogic.
Jordan Cohen of RE/MAX Olson & Associates was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Enzo Ricciardelli of Sotheby’s International Realty repped the buyer.
Jordan, now in his ninth season with the Clippers, is a two-time All-NBA and All-Defensive Team selection. The 28-year-old is the second year of a four-year, $87.6-million contract extension he signed last year.
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