The Newlywed Luke Kennard is Selling His Socal Home in Memphis After Being Transferred There
Last year, Luke Kennard married, and just recently signed on to a four-year deal with the Memphis Grizzlies for $56 million. With his newly acquired 7,000-square-foot home in the rolling foothills of the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Tarzana, the 26-year-old former Los Angeles Clipper no longer needs to be in it.
It's all but hidden from the street at the end of a long, hedge-lined driveway leading to a broad motor court and three-car garage on an elevated parcel of over half an acre and behind motorized gates. His contemporary manse is hidden behind motorized gates on a parcel of over half an acre, hidden behind motorized gates, and is being offered for just under $6 million, according to Rich report. Since the property was a brand new one at the time, its asking price is just over $5.5 million, just over 10% more than what he paid for it just over 1.5 years ago.
The crisply clean-lined and light filled living spaces are enriched with cedar cladding on the exterior and cedar accents throughout, along with black marble from a quarry and wheat-toned European oak from a small forest.
The open-plan kitchen and living areas are separated from each other by an expansive great room with two massive islands, as well as a cozy formal sitting room, a spacious dining room, and a spacious great room with a pivoting, full-height glass front door. It was designed to provide easy access between the great room and a covered patio that overlooks the grassy yard via a floor-to-ceiling bank of glass that disappears into the walls.
In addition to the home theater, there is a home office and a home office. As far as the four guest rooms are concerned, each has its own private bath, which is designed in a unique way to complement the design of the house. The main suite has its own fireplace and vaulted wood-clad ceiling, a black marble bathroom that is custom-fitted for the room, and a private terrace that gives it an elevated view of the trees.
The property is available through Kevin Stewart and Jon Grauman, two of the cast members of the television show "Buying Beverly Hills" at the Grauman & Rosenfeld Group at The Agency, both of which are working with the agency.
There is no doubt that Kennard and his wife are able to partake of the most opulent of Grind City's real estate cream wherever they alight in the greater Memphis area; in the current market of Grizzlies territory, the most expensive property is Hickory Withe Farm, a palatial mansion on 90 acres of land in Eads that is surrounded by an oak lined driveway that is half a mile long. It is currently listed for $4.3 million and features a palatial mansion.