Real Estate Rumors
Tyler Johnson is selling his home? Anthony Chiang: Yes, Tyler has listed his Pinecrest home for sale less than a year after purchasing it. But that doesn’t mean he’s leaving the Heat. There’s a reason for all of this. Tyler and his fiancee planned to have two relatives live with them but the plans changed, as Tyler’s fiancee told the Wall Street Journal ““it’s too big for our family size right now.”
Khloe and her NBA superstar BF spent their Wednesday house hunting in L.A. We’re told they’re not buying a house together … he’s looking to rent a place in the Hollywood Hills or the Valley where he and Khloe can stay when they’re in the city. She has a house in Calabasas — Bieber’s old house — about an hour’s drive from Hollywood.. We’re told Tristan’s budget is around $60k a month, and he wants to rent through September.
Steph Curry found a buyer for his California mansion for $3.2 million after nearly a year of it sitting on the market. DailyMail.com has learned Steph, 29, and wife Ayesha Curry, 28, purchased the spacious 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 7,520 square foot mansion in Walnut Creek back in November 2015 for $3.2 million.
Through a land trust, Butler paid $4.3 million in 2015 for his mansion, which was built in 2008 and has 5½ baths, three fireplaces, an elevator, electric shades, a custom staircase, a 750-bottle wine cellar, a landscaped roof deck, a home theater, a workout room, two other outdoor spaces and an attached, three-car garage.
New Golden State Warriors addition Nick Young is selling his Tarzana, Calif. mansion he once shared with rapper Iggy Azalea for $3.595 million, reports Variety. The six-bedroom, eight-bath property spans 6,630 square feet. It features a game room, guest house, basketball court, outdoor kitchen among many other amenities. Kofi Nartey with Compass is the listing agent.
Knicks great and now Georgetown University Hoyas coach Patrick Ewing, still trying to unload his Cresskill mansion after nearly two years on the market, has slashed the price by another $500,000 to $5.5 million, according to its Trulia.com listing. A former Hoya himself and a longtime Bergen County resident, Ewing first listed the 7-bedroom, 10-bath home in October 2015 for $7 million, higher than the $6.4 million he paid via a trust in 2007. This is third time he’s dropped the price since then.