Shortly after selling his old L.A. home for $3.3 million, NBA player Jordan Clarkson has a new Los Angeles-area retreat for the off-season: a brand spanking-new contemporary farmhouse-style in Sherman Oaks.
This house was built last year, and was initially listed in December of last year with a seven million-dollar ask. Clarkson’s offer of $5.75 million was close enough to the mark after nearly twelve months on the market.
The home’s exterior features that ‘utilitarian luxe’ architecture that defines the hotter-than-hot contemporary farmhouse style. A gated drive divides the property from the street, giving way to a broad paver motor court.
Inside, the residence boasts a book-matched quartz fireplace accent wall, wide-plank hardwood finished matte, and plentiful glass. Some reclaimed timber sneaks in, giving the house an element of textural surprise, especially in the kitchen, where a waterfall island is given additional purpose with a series of built-in drawers.
Outside, the half-acre of grounds is designed for the sports enthusiast, with both a putting green and a basketball court arranged around an exterior living area with a zero-edge pool and spa centerpiece.