Beyond Luxury: A Captivating Tour Inside Jordan Clarkson’s Lavish Mansion, Where Happiness Abounds with His Beloved

Jordan Clarkson just made a huge move when he sold his rarely used Sherman Oaks mansion for an astounding $7.5 million. This sum exceeded both the $6.8 million he had originally asked for and the $5.7 million he had paid for the house in late 2020 while he was still a player for the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Public documents show that Denver-based DJ and electronic dance music (EDM) producer Nick Miller, better known by his stage name Illenium, is the new owner of this contemporary residence.


If you’re not acquainted with Illenium, he’s a gifted artist who made his debut in the music business as a little-known bedroom producer in 2013. When he won “Remix of the Year” for his work on “Say It” at the 2017 Electronic Music Awards, it was his big break. He rose to prominence in the music industry after that, landing on Forbes’ list of “30 Under 30” and becoming successful with his 2019 album “Ascend,” which peaked at No. 14 on the Billboard 200 chart. Additionally, Illenium has started to perform frequently at well-known music festivals like Coachella and Bonnaroo. His accomplishments are even more astounding in light of his prior battles with γᴜ addiction.


Built in the trendy modern farmhouse design in 2019, this walled and gated estate has an astounding assortment of features. It’s eight thousand square feet, with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a large brick motorcourt. With unique woodwork, lighting, and a smooth transition between indoor and outdoor living areas, the interior features a rustic-chic style. Highlights include an executive office divided by a glass wall from the gorgeous “showroom” garage, a movie theater with a drop-down projector, and a loft-style living area.


Luxurious Wolf and SubZero appliances, a roomy center island with a breakfast bar, and a butler’s pantry complete the gourmet kitchen. The family room is next to it and has a vaulted ceiling and a large fireplace with book-matched quartz stones. There’s also a transparent temperature-controlled wine showcase in the formal dining area.

There are two master bedrooms in the home, the larger one with a double shower, a steam room, two walk-in closets, and a fireplace. The room also has an opulent quartz bathroom.

The large half-acre property has flat, green grounds and is wonderfully groomed. A sports court, a built-in BBQ, a putting green, a patio with a constructed firepit, an infinity-edged pool and Jacuzzi, and a fireside cabana are among the outdoor amenities.

In the transaction, Ken Zietz from Rodeo Realty represented the buyer, Illenium, while Zeev Perez from Keller Williams Realty Encino-Sherman Oaks represented the seller.

All things considered, Jordan Clarkson’s choice to sell his property for an astounding sum of money and the fact that renowned EDM producer Illenium bought it, show how sports and music connect with celebrity real estate.