Minnesota Timberwolves player Luol Deng recently listed his Brentwood contemporary-style for $7.45 million.
Deng purchased the place in 2016 after joining the Lakers. This year, the forward made a move to the Minnesota Timberwolves, leaving L.A. and the home behind.
The 2016 construction features ultra-modern style and three floors of living space. It spans over 6,500 square feet, and features a great room-style main living space with a statement-making timber-accented fireplace. The spacious living area opens directly to the backyard with floor-to-ceiling glass accordion panels.
Further inside is a spacious gourmet kitchen with marble countertops, a center island, and stainless steel appliances. The formal dining room opens to the backyard. The upper level houses a gym, a media room, and an expansive master suite.
Luxury living seamlessly extends from inside to out with the inclusion of large patio spaces, a swimming pool with a spa, and a fire pit. Ocean and city views are especially lovely from the multiple balconies and the rooftop deck, which adding even more square footage to the living areas.
All-Star Deng began his professional career with the Bulls. Before joining the Lakers, he spent two seasons in Miami.