There’s plenty of room to stretch out in this 7,058-square-foot Spanish estate, complete with a two-story entry, expansive lawn and basketball court.
The owners, two-time WNBA MVP Candace Parker of the Sparks and former NBA player and Duke standout Shelden Williams, have put the Spanish-style home back on the market for $4.39 million, or $100,000 less than they was asking earlier this year.
Set on 1.38 acres in Encino, the house is approached by a driveway tucked behind private gates. Through the arched entryway sits a step-down living room and a formal dining area, both of which are furnished with a fireplace and crown molding.
Adjacent is a family room and breakfast nook set under vaulted ceilings. Two kitchens, one indoor and one outdoor, provide space for entertaining. Other first-floor amenities include a theater, bonus room and two guestrooms.
Wood-framed windows let in light and give views of the spacious backyard, which holds a pool, spa and a sports court surrounded by landscaping.
Balconies across the second floor look out onto the city. The master suite, one of seven bedrooms, benefits from an oversized bath and walk-in closet.
Anthony Marguleas of Amalfi Estates holds the listing.
Parker, 31, won her first WNBA championship last year as a member of the Sparks. The forward-center has twice been named the league's most valuable player. Earlier this year she took part in the Turkish League championships with Fenerbahce.