NBA star Tyson Chandler’s Hidden Hills home -- and man cave -- lists for sale
NBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist Tyson Chandler, who plays for the Phoenix Suns, and his wife, Kimberly, have put their home in guard-gated Hidden Hills on the market for $9.995 million.
The defensive-minded center put his stamp on the single-level Traditional-style house during his ownership, redoing the interiors while adding a detached man cave/theater room, a detached gym with a steam shower and horse facilities to the 1.34-acre property.
Beyond the vaulted entry, the home opens to a chandelier-topped living room with a fireplace and an adjacent formal dining room with an artistic domed ceiling. Patterned wall treatments, wainscoting, herringbone wood floors and neutral color tones lend a sophisticated look to the 12,000 square feet of space.
Other areas include a country-style chef’s kitchen with a wide center island, a den and a lavish master suite with coved ceilings and rows of picture windows. A total of six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms includes a guest suite complete with a kitchen and private living room.
French and bi-folding glass doors open to a covered lounge area and a swimming pool with a raised spa. Formal landscaping and large expanses of grass complete the setting.
Chandler, who owns other property in Southern California, bought the house five years ago for $5.45 million.
Jordan Cohen of RE/MAX Olson & Associates is the listing agent.
Chandler, a two-time California Mr. Basketball at Dominguez High, was drafted out of high school by the Clippers in 2001 and immediately traded to the Chicago Bulls. The 33-year-old has played 15 seasons for the Bulls, Mavericks and Knicks, among other teams, winning an NBA title with Dallas in 2011 and Defensive Player of the Year honors with New York the following year.
He signed a four-year, $52-million contract with the Suns in the last off-season.
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