DeAndre Jordan’s $12.7 Million California Mega-Mansion May Be The Dopest Bro Pad We’ve Seen Yet
DeAndre Jordan is in the midst of playing out a four-year max deal with the Los Angeles Clippers worth an estimated $88 million he signed in July of 2015. As one of the highest paid players in the NBA, the Texas A&M grad can afford to live in luxury–evident in the home he bought for $12.7 million in a highly-sought after Pacific Palisades, California neighborhood.
The 28-year-old Jordan has decided to put the 10,500-square-foot property on the market, but listed it $300,000 below the price he bought it for (the poor thing will likely take a loss). The mansion itself consists of seven-bedroom and 10 bathrooms, so he can shit in a different bathroom every day of the week. Smart.
Here are the other amenities of the property, via Trulia:
- Professional theater with stadium seating
- Temperature-controlled wine room
- Private indoor spa area with its own exercise pool and gym
- Outdoor pool and spa with cascading water accents, as well as
- Basketball court
- Putting green
- Outdoor kitchen
- Fire pits
- Drought-resistant turf play area
- Three-car garage