REAL ESTATE

Knicks' Lou Amundson Looking for a Tenant in Manhattan Beach

  • Lou Amundson

    Lou Amundson  (2015 Getty Images)

  • Enjoy the sun on this dreamy deck.

    Enjoy the sun on this dreamy deck.

  • The perfect spot for a soothing shower.

    The perfect spot for a soothing shower.

The 6-foot-9 Amundson has turned his hoops ability into a barnstorming tour, playing with 11 teams in the nine years since his NBA debut, making him only the 12th player in league history to play for 10 or more teams. Comparatively speaking, he's spent eons with the Knicks: Half of last season, with a contract for the rest of this year.

After entering the home through a "Bali-like wooden bridge walkway," you'll find his corner-lot home; it was built in 1981 to be a faithful reproduction of Mid-Century Modern style. The kitchen stars whitewashed beams, streamlined cabinets, and stainless-steel countertops. Wide windows overlook the foliage outside, and sliding doors nearby open onto your own private oasis.

Store your clothes in the wood-lined closet adjacent to the master bathroom, which also offers a soaking tub and open shower -- all with views of the grassy, tree-lined backyard.