NBA sharpshooter Devin Booker put his Paradise Valley, Arizona, residence up for sale this winter. Booker is asking $4.2 million for the home, a stucco modern style of just under 5,600 square feet. He purchased the property in the early summer of 2017, and paid $3.25 million for it.
The exterior of the house is bright white with concrete accents, a fair amount of glass, and assertive lines and angles. It’s a sprawling single floor design.
The interiors are warmer than one might expect. Floors are either tile or flat-finished wide-plank hardwood, which appears to be walnut, and the single-story design allows for unusually high ceilings—common areas sport at least 13’ of clearance—which give one the relaxing sense of bountiful space.
In the living room, a double-sided gas fireplace in a concrete accent wall stands sentry as a contemporary centerpiece. The kitchen features custom hardwood cabinetry, and a hidden fridge. In both spaces, pocketing glass opens to the exterior living area. The four bedrooms and five baths include a master suite with a private terrace and a large walk in closet.
The property extends to about an acre on the nose, with lawns and desert flora surrounding a pool and small sunlounge. A summer kitchen, exterior fireplace and plentiful covered lounge space are also included in the outdoor living style.
Booker has been with the Suns since he began playing professionally in 2015. This month, he represented his team in the NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago.