Professional basketball player Jordan Farmar, most recently of the L.A. Clippers, has put his home in Tarzana up for sale at $3.495 million.
The former UCLA Bruins point guard, who began his career with the Lakers and currently plays in Turkey, bought the gated estate in 2011 for $1,866,500.
Set on more than half an acre, the Spanish-style house was built in 2004 and features a saltwater wave pool, a hookah lounge, two wine cellars and lighted basketball court.
The main house includes a two-story entry with a wrought iron staircase and a formal living room that opens to the kitchen. Dark wood and tile floors, beamed ceilings, wrought iron accents and a custom wall aquarium are among the interior details.
Among amenities is a family room with a projection screen, a home theater, a game room, a climate-controlled doghouse and a dog run. The master suite has a steam shower and soaking tub for five bedrooms and 5.75 bathrooms. There are seven fireplaces in 7,500 square feet of space.
Outdoors, the landscaped grounds center on the swimming pool, which has a beach entry, a grotto-style spa and a waterfall feature. Adjacent to the pool is a 1,500-square-foot pool house with a kitchen and a wet bar.
Josh and Matthew Altman, the Altman brothers, of Douglas Elliman are the listing agents.
Farmar, 28, was released by the Clippers in January following the team’s acquisition of combo guard Austin Rivers in a three-team trade. In February, he signed with Turkish club Dogus Darussafaka through the end of the season.
The former first-round pick has eight years of NBA experience with the Lakers, Nets and Clippers.