With his professional home base now in Minnesota, Luol Deng is anxious to pass his Los Angeles house to the next player; the two-time NBA All-Star re-listed his Brentwood home for $7.45 million.
Deng has owned the home since the fall of 2016, picking it up for $6.2 million shortly after signing with the Lakers. He listed it for the first time in January, asking $7.5 million.
The hillside house spans 6,518 square feet, and boasts seven bedrooms, seven baths, and plenty of indoor-outdoor living space. It’s a contemporary through and through; the exterior features boxy architecture with strident lines, and a bit of Japanese influence for complexity.
The interior features an open concept shared living space, white walls, mid-tone hardwood floors, dark wood accents, and plenty of large windows and glass sliders. The home’s staircase features an industrial-tinged balustrade that enhances the strong architectural lines, while a fireplace offers a bit of traditional comfort.
The property exterior features ample deck space, a swimming pool with a spa, and an outdoor shower for cleaning up after a dip. For those looking to bridge the gap between indoors and out, there are several spacious balconies perfect for enjoying views of the ocean, canyon, and city beyond.
Deng signed a one-year contract with the Timberwolves in September of last year.