Though it’s been barely a year since the NBA’s high-scoring “Sixth Man of the Year” — who is also the league’s best-dressed player, in case you didn’t know — doled out $5.7 million for a snazzy modern farmhouse-style mansion in Los Angeles, the Utah Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson is already looking to unload his pricey Sherman Oaks palace with a million-plus leap in price, asking $6.8 million.
Built in 2019, the gated house includes 8,000 square feet of light-filled, generically luxurious living space. The structure’s two levels are punctuated by a mix of quasi-rustic finishes, bespoke woodwork and lighting, and seamless indoor-outdoor living spaces. Naturally, there are plenty of baller-worthy amenities, too — a movie theater with drop-down projector, loft-like living area and custom office space separated from the “car museum” sort of garage by a glass wall.
The proverbial heart of the residence is its gourmet kitchen, which is decked out with high-end Wolf and SubZero appliances, a spacious eat-in island and butler’s pantry; an adjoining family room flaunts a vaulted ceiling and fireplace clad floor-to-ceiling in book-matched quartz slabs, plus a two-way, temperature-controlled wine display case that abuts the formal dining room.
There are also not one but two master suites — the larger of the pair outfitted with a fireplace, dual walk-in closets, patio, and spa-inspired quartz bath highlighted by double showers with a steam unit. Scoring a slam dunk? The half-acre property’s flat, grassy grounds, which are spotlighted by a patio with custom firepit, zero-edge pool and spa, cabana with fireplace and bath, built-in barbecue, putting green, and naturally a half-court basketball court. There’s also a Control 4 smart home automation system, plus a “security alarm” and cameras.
In addition to the Sherman Oaks mansion, the Filipino-born basketball star also maintains a large house in Schertz, Texas, in the San Antonio metropolitan area, with nearly 5,000 square feet of living space and five bedrooms.
Zeev Perez of Keller Williams holds the listing.