Washington Wizards’ Trevor Ariza Sells Florida Home for $1.5 Million (VIDEO TOUR)
Trevor Ariza, the shooting forward for NBA team "Washington Wizards", has reportedly scored a home sale in Windermere, Fla., for $1.5 million.
Ariza purchased the home in September 2006 for $2.49 million. Public records show the home hit the listing market April this year for $1.67 million and was de-listed in June. However, it was put into escrow later in June and closed sale June 25.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Jennifer Piper of Premier property Group represented Ariza in the deal while the buyer, unidentified, was represented by Justin Pekarek of Regal Real Estate Professionals.
Listing records of the home state that the residence is a 5,722-square-feet, multi-winged, single-family residence that has four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.
Interiors of the residence feature high drywall ceilings and light hardwood flooring with an open floor plan. The home boasts of crown moldings and intricate iron detailing accented by large columns.
Living space includes a grand foyer, a large drawing room, a dining area, a modern kitchen with custom cabinetry and a stone-top midrise island with a breakfast bar. A study, a dry bar and a laundry are also available inside the property. There is a full-fledged screening room and the master suite has huge walk-in closets as well.
Outside, the home has a pool with spa, waterfall and fountain features. There is an outdoor shower and grill. The home also provides for a three-car garage and a private dock!
"Gorgeous Lakefront Mediterranean Estate Home! Relax by the stunning Infinity Pool overlooking Lake Whitney while your family & friends enjoy watersports from your private dock," the listing claimed.
Tour the property in a video below:
Ariza will become a free agent by July 1 and now rumors have it that the small forward will be pursued heavily by the Toronto Raptors.
"He fits the bill for a athletic wing with solid defense who has shown the ability to stretch the floor over his career. They're definitely interested in him," an inside source told OCanada.com.