Phoenix Suns center Tyson Chandler recently listed his Los Angeles-area home for $7.5 million. Not looking to buy? Chandler has an option for you.
Those looking for a more temporary living arrangement may find the Calabasas residence appealing as a rental; it’s being offered short-term at $75,000 a month. If that seems expensive, it is; even though the cost of living is quite high in the celebrity-filled Hidden Hills gated community, the average rental price is much closer to $6,225.
Still, the NBA player’s 11,959-square-foot home is certainly at the top end of the rental market in the area. Built in 2007, the six-bedroom home is a complete stunner with high-end features that include half a dozen fireplaces, several two-story ceilings, a separate guest apartment, and a paneled library.
Residents will enjoy expansive living areas, including a formal living room with soaring ceilings, a luxe chandelier, a fireplace, and three sets of French doors. Further inside is a catering-ready kitchen with plenty of bright white cabinets and a massive marble-topped center island.
Designed with a family in mind, the home boasts two large children’s suite-style bedrooms and a special homework room. Once the kids leave for school, there’s space for the next uber-athlete to relax in the detached man cave, which holds a full gym and a movie theater.
Outside there is an outdoor kitchen, a children’s play area, and a swimming pool with a spa. The 1.36-acre property is beautifully landscaped and accented with fountains, outdoor fireplaces, and a small barn.
Chandler is on the threshold of a fourth season with the Suns.