Newly minted L.A. clipper Paul George is apparently all in as a West Coast denizen: this month he plunked down over sixteen million dollars for this contemporary traditional home in PacPal. The house has an interesting history; former owners include retired L.A. Clippers player DeAndre Jordan.
The house dates to 2015, and has developer spec mansion written all over it. The façade ticks off many a box on the contemporary Americana checklist, and looks appealing and inviting, however familiar its contrivance.
Beyond the double-door entry and its border of glass panes, the home quickly develops as both homey and slightly detached, mixing its traditional and contemporary elements into a living style that is warm and luxurious. Standout spaces include the kitchen, which boasts a large island that gives the room unusual scale, and the living room, which features a dramatic coffered ceiling. Amenities include a wine room, home cinema with tiered seating, and fitness/spa suite with exercise pool.
Wide-plank oak floors run throughout the common living area, balancing the grey-scale tones that are used on the walls, and fold-away glass walls open the space broadly onto the exterior living area that blossoms in the rear of the property. The home’s seven bedrooms and ten baths include a master suite that is predictably extravagant: a large bath with herringbone tile and a large balcony offering sweeping L.A. views are among the highlights of this sanctuary.