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Tyson Chandler, former NBA champion with the Dallas Mavericks, is offering his luxurious mansion for rent at $70,000 per month. According to Realtor.com, the ex-basketball player is leasing his expansive 4,587-square-foot beachfront residence situated on a double lot in Newport Beach, California, renowned as one of the town’s highly desirable neighborhoods.
In 2015, Chandler bought the beachfront home in Newport Beach for $4.6 million, The Los Angeles Times reported. The Balboa Peninsula property is an oversized lot that features a 1920s beach cottage with a spacious center courtyard, 45 feet of frontage, and panoramic views stretching from Catalina Island to the Balboa Pier.
The mansion has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, with each bedroom having a view of the beach and Pacific Ocean.
Jeff Andrews Design sourced the custom art and furniture for the property.
Within the mansion’s interior, one can find glimpses of expansive living spaces surrounding a marble fireplace. The dining area boasts a comfortable built-in bench, and a series of windows open up to a patio equipped with a Wolf barbecue, inviting seating arrangements, and a charming fire pit.
The upstairs floor has three bedrooms with private bathrooms and storage; additional stairs lead to the main bedroom with a hidden TV, balcony, and a spacious bathroom.
The top floor has the fifth bedroom and a fancy outdoor space with a bar, fireplace, lounge, and dining area. There’s also a rooftop deck with a hot tub.
Chandler played for several teams, including the Dallas Mavericks, the New York Knicks, the Phoenix Suns, and the Houston Rockets, where he retired in 2020. However, home was always California for the native.
During the course of his career he had NBA earnings of $187,576,101, according to Spotrac. Currently, his net worth is $50 million.
According to SF Gate, Chandler incurred a loss when he sold his estate in Rancho Santa Fe, California, for $2.7 million in March 2016. He had initially purchased the five-acre estate in August 2006 for $5 million.
Similar to the Newport Beach property, the mansion had a resort-like ambience with mature palms and tropical landscaping. The main residence, constructed in 1981 and later updated, now boasts a modernized interior adorned with hardwood flooring and recessed lighting, SF Gate reported.
An L.A. Times article noted Chandler wanted a return on his investment, initially listing the 5,705-square-foot Rancho Santa Fe house for rent at $5,800 a month. But opted to sell instead —at a loss.