The Thunder NBA superstar Kevin Durant has listed his estate in the suburbs of northwest Oklahoma City. Durant purchased the residence in 2011 for $1.799 million and now looks to bank roughly $150,000 on the property if he gets his current asking price of $1.95 million.
Located in Gaillardia’s exclusive and gated Club Villa neighborhood, Durant’s home is situated on a pair of lots that include a main home and a large guest house with a palatial pool area set in between. In all, the property offers five bedrooms, three in the main house and a pair in the guest house, four bathrooms and approximately 5,545 square feet of living space.
Durant’s decision to sell may be related to a pair of purchases the he recently made. According to a story in the Oklahoman, the Thunder star paid $1.769 million for a pair of brownstones in Deep Deuce, a neighborhood located just a few blocks away from Chesapeake Energy Arena. The two residences, which will be combined into one 7,400-square-foot spread, is also a short walk away from Durant’s new Bricktown restaurant, which is set to open later this year.
Kim Jordan of ReMax First Has the Listing