Pro hoopster Patrick Beverley isn’t ready to relinquish his California ties just yet.
The famously outspoken guard was dumped by the Los Angeles Lakers in the middle of the season, when the team underwent a full facelift at the trade deadline. In February, the three-time NBA All-Defensive Team member signed on with the Chicago Bulls. In turn, Beverley recently put his, luxury spread up for rent.
Listed for a staggering $23,000 a month, PatBev’s five-bedroom pad appears to have attracted a tenant. The 5,264-square-foot residence was built in 2020 and features a bright, open floor plan.
Designer details include soaring ceilings and custom tilework, brickwork, and woodwork throughout. The chic space is also outfitted with surround-sound speakers and a security system.
The stylish chef’s kitchen offers a minimalist design with custom cabinets; a butler’s pantry; brushed-black, stainless steel appliances; and a huge center island with a prep sink and bar. Sliding glass doors in the breakfast area lead to a patio.
A nearby family room features a gorgeous marble fireplace, built-in bookcase, and a wall of sliding-glass pocket doors that open to the covered pool area.
The formal living room offers built-in bookcases and a second fireplace.
Two bedrooms are situated on the first floor, with three more upstairs.
The airy primary suite features pitched, white-oak, beam ceilings; a fireplace with a brick accent wall; two walk-in closets with built-in shelves; and sliders that open to a private balcony. The suite is even outfitted with an espresso machine and refrigerator, for no-fuss morning coffee on the terrace.
An eye-catching primary bathroom boasts custom tilework; a walk-in, dual shower with accent lighting; double-sink vanities; custom cabinetry; and a separate soaking tub.
The property also boasts a home theater, pool and spa, and a pool house with a three-quarter bath.
While playing with the Los Angeles Clippers, Beverley bought the home in April 2021 for $3.78 million.
Now 34, he’s heading into free agency after finishing the 2023 season with the Bulls.
Beverley has spent 11 seasons in the league and earned a reputation as a tenacious defender—and a superior troll of opposing players. If he wants to keep playing, he’ll need to catch on with a new team this summer. If nothing comes up on the court, he’ll likely become an in-demand host for one of the many sports-talk debate shows.