Indulge in the lavishness of NBA star Patrick Beverley’s villa, featuring high-end furniture and decor

After the trade deadline in the middle of the season, the Los Angeles Lakers let go of controversial NBA guard Patrick Beverley. The player was named to the NBA All-Defensive Team three times. He joined the Chicago Bulls in February. Because of this move, Beverley just put his  apartment in Encino, California, on the market for rent.

People have been interested in renting this beautiful 5-bedroom apartment, which is 5,264 square feet and costs an unbelievable $23,000 a month. The house was built in 2020 and has high vaulted ceilings, unique tilework, and wood and marble floors all over. The layout is large and open. There are also surround sound speakers and a high-tech protection system in the house.

The chef’s kitchen has a large island in the middle with a prep sink and a breakfast bar. It also has modern stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and a closet. Glass doors in the breakfast area slide open to a lovely patio.

The family room is next to the kitchen and has a beautiful stone fireplace, built-in bookcases, and sliding glass doors that open up to a covered area by the pool.

The apartment has two bedrooms on the first floor and three more bedrooms on the second floor. There are white wood beam ceilings, a fireplace with a tiled surround, two walk-in closets with built-in shelves, and a sliding glass door that leads to a private patio in the main suite. The room even comes with an espresso machine and a fridge, so you can enjoy a simple cup of coffee on the balcony in the morning. The main bathroom is just as beautiful, with custom tilework, a separate soaking tub, two vanities, a custom closet, and a double walk-in shower with accent lighting.

There is also a family movie theater, a spa, a pool, and a guest house with a 3/4 bath by the pool. In April 2021, when Beverley was playing for the Los Angeles Clippers, he paid $3.78 m² for a house.

Beverly, who is 34 years old now, plans to leave the Bulls after the 2023 season to do work for himself. After an impressive 11-season run in the NBA as a tough guard, Beverley is looking at the possibility of signing with a new team this summer. If he ever decides to stop playing, he might think about becoming the host of a popular sports talk show.