Ben McLemore, the Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard, will now be spending his offseason in his new Los Angeles home.
The five-bedroom home is East Coast-inspired, sitting on just over a third of an acre.
McLemore purchased the home for $2.75 million. In 5,300 square feet of living space, the home has a two-story foyer topped by a glittering chandelier, formal living and dining rooms with custom millwork and coffered ceilings, a home theater, and a glass-enclosed wine locker.
The master suite has a private balcony and enjoys views of the pristine pool and manicured green lawn.
The backyard is set up for entertaining small or large amounts of guests, with both covered and uncovered patios, al fresco dining spaces, and a fire pit. As expected, there is also a basketball hoop on the side of the house.
McLemore joined the Grizzlies last offseason and averaged 7.5 points for the team in 56 games. Additional NBA players who call Los Angeles home in the offseason are teammate Chandler Parsons, Hornets center Dwight Howard, and Warriors start Kevin Durant.
Samuel Orleans, a real estate professional based out of our Beverly Hills office, represented McLemore. He uses his elite connections and dynamic marketing approach to guide clients through the home buying and selling process. Samuel’s family moved to Los Angeles, specifically Tarzana, and have been here since 1975.