NBA’s Trevor Ariza puts his Tarzana home in play at $3.5 million
Houston Rockets forward Trevor Ariza, who won an NBA title with the Lakers in 2009, is selling his Tarzana home. The asking price is $3.5 million.
The approximately one-acre contemporary Mediterranean estate, built in 1990, includes a main house, a guest casita, a swimming pool and a basketball half-court.
Among features are dark wood floors, contemporary stonework, a step-down living room and a movie theater. The chef’s kitchen, which has a center island, opens to a family room with a wet bar.
There are five bedrooms and eight bathrooms in nearly 8,700 square feet of living space. A gym, lounge and barber station lie within the guesthouse.
Ariza bought the walled and gated estate five years ago for $2.345 million, records show.
Luis Segura of John Aaroe Group holds the listing.
The 32-year-old Ariza was a player with UCLA and a standout on the Westchester High School basketball team. A 14-year NBA veteran, he has played the last four seasons with the Rockets.
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