New York Knicks’ Lou Amundson puts his Manhattan Beach home up for sale


Professional basketball player Lou Amundson, who re-signed with the New York Knicks last month, has put his home in the Tree Section of Manhattan Beach on the market for $2.155 million.

The Mid-century Modern-style house, built in 1981, is reached by a wooden walkway that leads through tall bamboo and mature trees and ends at the front porch. Double frosted-glass doors open to a formal entry.


The 2,536-square-foot home has a relaxed coastal vibe with light hardwood and dark stone floors, gallery walls and white-painted beams. Sliding glass doors and skylights bring natural light into the open interiors.

Separate outdoor living spaces sit off each of the common areas, which include a living room with a fireplace, a dining room and a chef’s kitchen with a center island. The master suite has a large walk-in closet and another fireplace for a total of three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Outdoors, the hedged and fenced setting includes a wide patio, lawns and tropical landscaping. A two-car garage sits off the front of the home.

Amundson bought the house two years ago for $1.805 million, records show.

Jenny Morant of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage holds the listing.

The well-traveled Amundson has played for 10 NBA teams across 10 seasons, including stints with the Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. Over the last two years, the 33-year-old forward has appeared in 70 games for the Knicks, averaging 4.3 points and 4.2 rebounds per contest.

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