About a year ago, Utah Jazz sharpshooter Jordan Clarkson handed off $5.75 million to call a modern farmhouse in Sherman Oaks his own. Fickle-because-flush or flip-minded, the high-profile professional player has turned around and listed the property in turn. The half-acre estate is currently asking $7.499 million. And it’s apparently already attracted interest.
The 8,000 sq. ft. home’s timber accents warm up the exterior, adding to the clean lines, bright white paint and plentiful glass to form a whole that is unusually visually engaging. It’s a distinctly attractive example of the style.
The interiors are warmer than not, beginning with a great room that features a bank of clerestories high above a wall of pocketing glass panes, wide-plank flooring given a matte finish, and a kitchen with hardwood cabinetry and a timber ceiling. The home contains six bedrooms and eight baths, including a large master.
A patio with a fire pit and a zero-edge pebble-finish pool and spa are highlights of the .5-acre property’s outdoor space. A sports court and putting green expand the recreational options.