Patrick Beverley, the NBA’s outspoken guard, parted ways with the Los Angeles Lakers during a midseason review that took place during the trade deadline. In February, the three-time NBA All-Defensive Team member signed with the Chicago Bulls. Following this move, Beverley recently listed her opulent Encino, CA apartment for sale.
Occupying a sprawling 5,264 square feet, this impressive 5-bedroom apartment has been attracting prospective tenants with its impressive $23,000 monthly rent. Built in 2020, the mansion showcases a bright and open floor plan, with designer details including high vaulted ceilings, custom tile work, and hardwood and marble flooring throughout. The luxury residence also comes equipped with surround sound speakers and a comprehensive security system.
The chef’s kitchen flaunts a sleek minimalist design with custom cabinetry, a walk-in pantry, sleek stainless steel appliances, and a large center island featuring a sink and breakfast bar. Sliding glass doors in the breakfast area lead to a lovely patio.
Adjacent to the kitchen, the family room is graced with a beautiful stone fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and sliding glass walls that open to a covered poolside area.
The first floor of the apartment houses two bedrooms, while three additional bedrooms are located on the upper level. The master suite offers a spacious retreat with white oak beamed ceilings, a tiled wall fireplace, two walk-in closets with built-in shelving, and a sliding glass door that opens to a private balcony. The suite even includes an espresso machine and refrigerator for enjoying a simple morning coffee on the balcony. The master bathroom is equally impressive, featuring custom tile, a double shower stall with accent lighting, dual vanities, a custom cabinet, and a separate soaking tub.
Additionally, the property features a family theater, pool, spa, and poolside guest house with a 3/4 bath. Beverley purchased the home for $3.78 million in April 2021 while playing for the Los Angeles Clippers.
At 34, Beverley plans to transition to freelance work after the 2023 season with the Bulls. Having enjoyed an illustrious 11-season league career as a tenacious guard and formidable opponent, Beverley is exploring the possibility of catching up with a new team this summer. If you decide to step away from the court, you may want to consider pursuing a career as a demand-driven sports talk show host.