Indiana Pacers team member Malcolm Brogdon apparently dropped by his home state of Georgia this month to do some house hunting in Atlanta, his old stomping ground. The point guard came up with a postmodern pad that puts a contemporary spin on the Chateau style. Brogdon paid $5 million on the nosey for the property.
The house’s 6,505 sq. ft. of interiors include six bedrooms and seven baths. The shared space is dominated by the wide-open living area, which incorporates a large living and dining area and a kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry; the kitchen island is a less typical design, with rounded corners and a base that’s finished in slatted paneling. A second-level overlook features the classic modern/industrial balustrade that pops up elsewhere in the home.
The 2021-built house sits on a 1.35-acre lot, with large lawns in front and mature trees in the margins contributing, with the architecture’s porte-cochere and stone accents, to an aristocratic impression from the street. A pool, L-shaped lawn and covered living areas complete the living style in the back of the property.