Kevin Durant’s former Oakland home asks $5.99M

Kevin Durant’s former Oakland home asks $5.99M

A view from above.

 Photos by Christian Klugmann, courtesy of Compass

Atop the Oakland Hills sits this clearly contemporary abode that once housed living legend Kevin Durant, former player for the (struggling) Golden State Warriors.

The home, which he rented, is now listed off-market for a cool $5,998,888

Featuring seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and an ample 9,084 square feet, 4614-4616 Rockingham Court is practically a mansion (usually any pad measuring 10,000 square feet or more gets the arbitrary manse moniker, but who’s counting?). This sprawling home comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, an in-home theater, a curbed staircase (leading to upper and lower levels) that would make for a most dramatic entrance, a circular driveway, and—of course—a private basketball half court.

The glass front doors are pretty chic, akin to the ones at Lisa Vanderpump’s Villa Rosa in Beverly Hills (minus the fauna and pink overload), and the backyard is pretty luxe, too, boasting both a green lawn and concrete terrace.

Designed by Michael Burgess and built in 2005, the property includes two separate apartments. Also of note, here’s a video of Kevin Durant doing a livestreamed tour of the house.

The listing is through Andrea Gordon of Compass.

Soaring ceilings tall enough for Durant who measures 6 foot 10 inches tall.
The windows offer views of the Bay and the San Francisco skyline.
Dig that vertigo-inducing staircase.
One of several bedrooms.
In the loo: a tub with a view.
A circular moment at the home’s entrance.

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