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Retired NBA Player Andrei Kirilenko Lobs His L.A. Home on the Market for $5.29M

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Former Utah Jazz forward Andrei Kirilenko and his wife, Masha, are ready to part ways with their Los Angeles home.

The 4,500-square-foot home on a half-acre lot in the tony neighborhood of Bel-Air is available for $5,290,000. The couple purchased the property in 2018 for $3,510,000, according to Realtor.com®.

The couple also had another Bel-Air property, which was destroyed in the deadly Skirball fire in 2017.

Elegant estate

The recently listed home has five bedrooms and six baths. It features an open floor plan with a calm, neutral palette. The ceilings are high and hardwood flooring runs throughout the home.

Glass walls flood the family room and kitchen with natural light, while fireplaces warm the space when the sun sets.

The home was built in 2018.

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A formal sitting room

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Dining and living spaces

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The pristine kitchen boasts a stone island.

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Attractive stainless appliances and a sizable center island come with the cook space. This main room looks out to the yard and pool area, which also features fruit trees and terraced gardens.

The primary suite also comes with a fireplace as well as a private balcony. A lovely soaking tub, extra-large shower, and makeup vanity are part of the main bathroom

Outside, there’s also a patio with dining space, a barbecue, and a covered porch. After doing laps, the new owners can enjoy the sauna and steam room in the guesthouse.

Bedroom with a backyard view

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Beautiful details in the primary bathroom

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The pool and patio

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In his 13-year NBA career, Kirilenko played forward for the Utah Jazz from 2001 to 2011. He briefly joined the Minnesota Timberwolves and then the Brooklyn Nets before retiring from playing in 2015. He’s now president of the Russian Basketball Federation.

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