Kevin Durant moved made a move to the Bay Area in 2016 when he joined the Golden State Warriors after spending almost a decade in Oklahoma. The 6’11 forward lived mostly in an exquisite rental apartment until last April when he dropped a cool $12.05 million for an ocean-view mansion in Malibu, California.
Durant made the purchase through a recently registered limited liability company known as 35 Malibu Holdings, LLC.
The 5,136 square-foot property, which sits on a quarter of an acre, was originally built in 1976 but remodeled in 2013 to meet up with contemporary tastes. The multi-level house is a fully-automated smart house that includes four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a private guest suite, a media room, a library, a lofted gym, and a surround sound system throughout.
Wide-plank French Oak floors and accented walls, highlighted by LED-backlit tray ceilings complemented with vintage staircase architecture breathes an air of grandeur across the living spaces.
With back-to-back MVP titles along with rings, the nine-time All Star can revel in the splendor of the property to the sound of the ocean waves rocking back and forth.
Check out more pictures from the house below.
All images used in this article courtesy Amlu.