Lakers’ Anthony Davis sells mansion for $1M less than he paid

Deal for Westlake Village property follows star center’s $190M new contract with club

Los Angeles /
Jan.January 04, 2021 12:00 PM
Anthony Davis and 940 Candlecrest Drive (Getty, Redfin)
Anthony Davis and 940 Candlecrest Drive (Getty, Redfin)

Lakers star center Anthony Davis sold his Westlake Village mansion two years after he bought it, and for $1 million less than he paid.

The 16,000-square-foot mansion in Westlake Village’s North Ranch Country Club Estates sold for $6.6 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Davis bought the home in 2018 for $7.5 million, a year before he joined the team. He listed it in April for $8 million.

Davis was a free agent when he put the mansion on the market, perhaps unsure whether he would remain in L.A.

While a $900,000 loss is still a loss, Davis doesn’t have much reason to worry. Last month, he signed a five-year deal with the Lakers worth $190 million, after he and LeBron James led the team to the title in October.

The 27-year-old has reportedly been renting a home in Bel Air for the last year or so.

The Westlake Village home is a Mediterranean-style behemoth built in 1996 and later expanded.

It has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a full-length indoor basketball court, a home theater, and a slew of other top-shelf amenities. The basketball court has a scoreboard and a viewing area.

The grounds total 2.3 acres. The backyard has a large infinity pool and views of the surrounding mountains. There’s also an outdoor kitchen, spa and a solar panel system.

Westlake Village has seen a handful of notable deals in recent months. In October, Poison lead singer Bret Michaels sold his home there for $4.5 million then closed on a new one in Calabasas. [LAT] — Dennis Lynch 


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