Rockets’ Chris Paul sells Los Angeles County mansion for $11.05 million
With Chris Paul signing a multi-year contract deal with the Houston Rockets, the 33-year-old point guard has sold his mansion in Calabasas, a city in Los Angeles County. The mansion was sold for a staggering $11.05 million.
Neal J. Leitereg of the Los Angeles Times reported his take on the said transaction.
The price is the highest for a single-family home sale in Calabasas this year, real estate records show. It’s also the area’s priciest transaction since 2015, when “Dancing With Wolves” producer Jim Wilson sold his 190-acre ranch for nearly $14 million.
With about 10,400 square feet of living space, the Mediterranean-style mansion is more than twice the size of a regulation NBA court. Among features are a wood-paneled library/den, a golf simulator and a movie theater. The center-island kitchen is equipped with a pizza oven. A wine cellar sits off the formal dining room.
The Los Angeles Clippers traded Paul to the Rockets last year, a move that ignited the Clips’ plan to retool. Paul joined forces with 2018 MVP James Harden and reached his first ever conference finals with the team.
Early this summer, Paul signed a four-year deal with the Rockets that will pay the point guard a jaw-dropping $44 million dollars in the last year of the contract. Paul will be 36 years old at that point.
Still a top-five point guard in the league right now, the 13-year vet out of Wake Forest posted averages of 18.6 points, 7.9 assists and 5.4 rebounds last season. He and Harden will have a new running mate this upcoming season with Carmelo Anthony joining the fray.
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