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Inside the 76ers Ben Simmons’ New $17.5M LA House

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He may have missed a few shots recently, but this buy is a slam dunk for NBA player Ben Simmons.

The Philadelphia 76ers point guard dropped $17.5 million on a 12,000-square-foot mansion in the Hidden Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles before it even hit the market. according to the report.

The acquisition of the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion doesn’t explain the NBA player’s next move, as fans speculate about a potential trade-off.

The Sixers have said they are committed to keeping Ben Simmons after a rocky season, but ESPN reporter Stephen Smith called it a “lie”, speculating that the right offer could replace Simmons on another team. His agent, Clutch Sports CEO Rich Paul, did not respond to the Post’s request for comment.

The Australian basketball player recently declined to play on the national Australian basketball team for the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo, opting to work on his game. Meanwhile, Kendall Jenner’s ex-boyfriend was recently spotted in london With Maya Jama, a 26-year-old British television presenter who is rumored to be his girlfriend.

Because the 24-year-old Los Angeles residence has never been listed on the market, photos are not available. mercifully, Enes Yilmazer, one of YouTube’s most popular real estate agents The project was toured just before it was sold, giving celebrity real estate fans plenty of information about the new construction. Yilmazer did not respond to a request for comment.

It never came to market, so listing photos are not available. But — luckily — one of YouTube’s most popular real estate agents, Enes Yilmezer, visited the project just before selling it, giving celebrity real estate fans plenty of insight into the new construction.

The exterior of the house is mixed with dark brick and distressed wood, developer video show.

Inside, the home is distinguished by pietra gray marble floors and sleek, dark wood, light boxes, LED lights and floor-to-ceiling windows, According to Yilmazer’s video tour.

The wide glass front door below a covered entryway leads to a wood-paneled foyer with modern, exposed light fixtures, the tour shows.

The hallway opens into the great room, which is framed by the pointed cathedral ceiling with exposed, lighted ceiling beams, video tour footage shows.

Yilmazer said two massive custom-made metal composite chandeliers, which cost about $80,000, each hang over a large dining room table.

A large wine bottle display holds about 250 bottles, the photos show. According to the tour, a large chef’s kitchen is hidden in the wood paneling next to the wine display.

Two massive custom-made metal composite chandeliers costing about $80,000 each hang over a large dining room table.
The installation of a floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace separates the dining room from the living room.
Marble doors to the left open to a private theatre. Wooden pocket doors open onto the double-height family room.

In the middle of the room, a Patinad, handmade Italian brass panel weighing 6,000 pounds hangs on a Pietra Gray marble slab that separates the dining room from the living room, as Yilmazer shows in his video.

The formal living room sits opposite the dining room, with the same shared cathedral ceiling. According to the video tour, floor-to-ceiling windows allow light into the dark, modern interior, which was introduced with custom furniture selected by Max Nobel.

A second hallway houses a marble powder room hidden in its frameless oak panels and, to the left, marble doors open to a screening room with candy dispensers and a textured parquet, Yilmejer’s video shows.

A dark glass railing staircase runs around a living tree in the family room.
A pantry and an office are hidden behind the kitchen.
A sleek family kitchen hides the refrigerator, dishwasher, and stove in frameless panels, and the burners are built directly into the marble island for a clean look.

Slotted wood pocket doors open to a double-height family room with a living tree. Spacious shelving and a sparkling gas fireplace anchor one corner of the room.

A sleek family kitchen hides the refrigerator, dishwasher, and stove in frameless panels, and the burners are built directly into the marble island for a clean look. A pantry and an office hide behind the kitchen, the tour reveals.

Videos show glass doors opening onto a sleek wooden courtyard with a marble-glass fireplace.

Double pocket dark glass doors open to bathrooms with chiseled marble block sinks, walk-in marble showers with rain heads, and Nespresso machine built-in shelving, videos from Yilmazer show.

Upstairs, bedroom suites offer balcony access, walk-in closets, skylights, luxury bathrooms, and a shared laundry room, according to tour.

According to the video tour, a sky-piercing bridge over the family room leads to the primary bedroom suite, which offers cathedral ceilings, a wall of windows and a padded wall behind the king bed.

Rooms have a walk-in closet with built-in shelves, a fireplace, and a light-box ceiling. Double pocket dark glass doors open to bathrooms with chiseled marble block sinks, walk-in marble showers with rain heads, and Nespresso machine built-in shelving, videos from Yilmazer show.

Outside, the 1.5-acre lot has olive groves on a sloping yard.
The pool house is equipped with a four-panel television and a full bathroom.

Outside, the 1.5-acre lot has olive groves on a sloping yard. According to the video tour, an infinity-edge pool offers a baja shelf, a spa and a pool house with a four-panel television and a full bathroom.

As seen in the footage, there are several outdoor seating and dining areas with outdoor fireplaces.

The video tour shows a semi-detached media room set up to showcase one car, and pivot doors open to the driveway and open grid motor court, which extends to a three-car garage.

The guest house was designed to face a large “avatar”-like tree, Max Nobel tells Yilmazer in his video.

The guest house was designed to face a large “avatar”-like tree, Nobel LA developer Max Nobel tells Yilmazer in his video.

It features steel and marble details similar to those seen in the main house, complete with illuminated beams on the ceiling of the cathedral. The miniature luxury home has its own fireplace, a white marble bathroom (in contrast to the dark gray marble throughout the house), its own deck, and even its own infinity pool.

Altman Brothers, Josh and Matt Altman, listing was. Stephen Sweeney of SGS Estates and Bre Tisci of Keller Williams represented the buyer.

Developers Nobel LA’s Max Nobel and BB West Coast Development Also posted pictures and videos of the property on social media. The exact role of their business partnership is unclear, and neither did it respond to a request for comment.

BB West Coast Development was also involved in the project, and they produced a video about the property, which they called the “Bridal Trail Project.”

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