NBA player Tristan Thompson recently purchased a six-bedroom residence in Hidden Hills, California, just a few minutes away from the mother of two of his children, Khloe Kardashian.
Thompson purchased the 10,584-square-foot estate for $12.5 million through his trust account in December, Radar reports. The home was built in 2010 and sits on a 1.39-acre lot. For several years, the estate was on the market, fluctuating between $8.7 million and $10.7 million. However, as the property values in Hidden Hills have increased in recent years, it was no surprise that Thompson jumped at the opportunity to purchase the home, which was initially listed at $13 million.
Originally from Canada, Thompson was selected fourth overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2011 NBA draft. Thompson played for the Cavaliers for nine years before signing with the Boston Celtics in 2020. He is currently an NBA free agent, most recently playing with the Chicago Bulls. Thompson’s estimated net worth is $45 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Thompson’s New Digs
Three stone stairs lead to double doors opening to a foyer, complete with checkerboard black-and-white flooring and a crystal chandelier.
The living room features brown hardwood flooring and leads directly into a formal dining room area with a wine closet.
The kitchen has two islands, a butler’s pantry, and high-end appliances. The family room is separated from the kitchen by sliding doors. Also on the first floor is a library, billiard room, breakfast room, movie theater, and maid’s quarters. Not to mention there is also an attached five-car garage, in addition to the motor court that can hold more than ten cars.
Upstairs there are six bedrooms. The master suite features two sitting areas and a private balcony that overlooks the estate. The master bathroom includes two soaking tubs and dual dressing rooms. In addition to the ensuite bathroom, there are 7.5 bathrooms in Thompson’s home.
Outside, the sprawling estate includes rose gardens, trees, and well-manicured lawns. The outdoor amenities include a covered cabana with a fireplace, a BBQ center, and a sports court with a basketball hoop.
In May 2022, Thompson sold his Encino, Ca. mansion for $7.825 million. Built in 2018, the estate sat on a 43-acre lot. The mansion was 9,864 square feet and included seven bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms. Thompson had purchased the home in 2019 for $6.5 million before placing it on the market the following year for $8.5 million.