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Former Laker Pau Gasol scores a $3.325-million sale in Redondo Beach

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Former Lakers star Pau Gasol has sold his home in Redondo Beach for $3.325 million.
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Two years removed from when he last donned a Lakers jersey, Pau Gasol is still making plays in Los Angeles. The Spanish forward-center, who won a pair of NBA titles in purple and gold, has sold his home in Redondo Beach for $3.325 million.

The ocean-view contemporary, built in 1989, includes a pair of condos that were combined to create a residence totaling four bedrooms and six bathrooms in about 4,500 square feet. Gasol purchased the two units in separate transactions in 2008 and 2011, paying a total of $2.98 million, records show.

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Among features of note are an elevator, a media room/wet bar and a custom temperature-controlled wine cellar. An open-plan living/dining area has a wall fireplace and sliding doors that open to various terrace/balconies.

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Floor-to-ceiling walls of windows take in expansive coastline and ocean views.

A rooftop deck lined with tempered glass sports a built-in barbecue and lounge area. At ground level, a fenced courtyard holds a tiled hot tub. A pair of two-car garages sit beneath the home.

Randy Forbes of Gibson International was the listing agent. Austin Krock and Rob McGarry of Vista Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer.

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Gasol, six times an All-Star, spent the last two seasons with the Chicago Bulls after departing from the Lakers as a free agent in 2014. The 35-year-old is expected to opt out of the final year of the three-year, $22-million contract he signed with the Bulls to become a free agent.

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neal.leitereg@latimes.com

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