Step into the world of elegance and sophistication as NBA star Patrick Beverley unveils his luxurious villa, complete with exquisite furniture

Following a mid-season shakeup that occurred during the trade deadline, the Los Angeles Lakers cut ties with contentious NBA player Patrick Beverley. The Chicago Bulls acquired the three-time NBA All-Defensive Team member in February.

This relocation has led Beverley to list his opulent Encino, California apartment for rent.

This lovely 5,264-square-foot apartment has been attracting interest from potential renters due to its amazing monthly pricing of $23,000. The home, built in 2020, features high vaulted ceilings, distinctive tilework, wood and marble floors throughout, and an open and airy layout. In addition to surround sound speakers, the opulent house boasts an advanced security system.

The chef’s kitchen has custom cabinets, a pantry, a large central island with a prep sink and breakfast bar, and contemporary stainless steel appliances. The breakfast area’s sliding glass doors lead out to a charming patio.

Adjacent to the kitchen, the family room boasts a gorgeous stone fireplace, built-in bookcases, and sliding glass doors that open to a covered poolside area.

Three additional bedrooms are located on the upper level of the apartment, with two bedrooms located on the first floor. With two walk-in closets with built-in cabinetry, a tiled fireplace surround, white wood beamed ceilings, and a sliding glass door opening to a private balcony, the main suite is a spacious haven. To enjoy a quick cup of coffee in the morning on the balcony, the suite also comes with a refrigerator and an espresso maker. Equally impressive is the main bathroom, which has bespoke tilework, two vanities, a custom cabinet, accent lighting in the double walk-in shower, and individual soaking tub.

In addition, the property features a guest cottage with a 3/4 bath by the pool, a jacuzzi, and a family theater. In April 2021, Beverley paid $3.78 M for the residence while he was a player with the Los Angeles Clippers.

After the 2023 season, Beverley, who is currently 34 years old, plans to depart the Bulls in order to pursue freelance employment. Following an incredible 11-season NBA career as a tough guard and fearsome opponent, Beverley is considering the possibility of making an impression on a new team this summer. In the event that he decides to retire from competition, he may consider landing a job as a well-liked sports talk show host.