NBA center Spencer Hawes, who played for six different squads during his professional career, is looking to become a landlord in Manhattan Beach. The ocean-view townhome he bought two years ago is up for lease at $28,000 per month.
A block from the beach, the two-story spot fits four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms into 2,943 square feet. In addition, a 400-square-foot rooftop deck overlooks the water.
White walls and hardwood floors comprise the interior. There’s a yoga room, a dining area, a whitewashed kitchen and a living room with a fireplace.
Powder blue farmhouse doors provide a splash of color in one bedroom, and another opens to a front-facing balcony. Different styles of tile fill the bathrooms, and in the master suite, there’s a freestanding tub.
William Passavia of Compass holds the listing.
Hawes, 30, was a McDonald’s All-American in high school and spent a year at the University of Washington before the Sacramento Kings drafted him in 2007. He also played stints with the 76ers, Cavaliers, Clippers, Hornets and Bucks before being waived by Milwaukee in 2017.
Records show he bought the home two years ago for $5.575 million.