Boston Celtics player Tristan Thompson parted with his Cleveland-area waterfront residence this spring. Thompson—formerly with the Cleveland Cavaliers—listed the modern traditional in Bratenahl for $3.3 million toward the end of last year.
The Cape-inspired five-bed house went up in 2008, and features stone accents and shingles outside. Its interior living style is pared down, finding expression in space and pragmatic beauty.
The lower level is designed around an open-style shared living area with good scale and lots of glass to further extend the feeling of plentiful space; water views are on display from everywhere in the room. The master suite features a private balcony accessible via a sliding glass door.
Amenities in this house begin and end with the entertainment room, which features a lengthy wet bar with coolers. There is a guest apartment with a kitchenette in this home as well.
According to public records, Thompson purchased the property at the tail end of 2015.
Thomson also had a luxuriant listing in California; last summer, he put his Encino spread on the market for $8.5 million. The property is currently off-market.