Raptors' Luis Scola Is Selling Contemporary Home in Indiana

After signing with the Toronto Raptors, power forward Luis Scola has put his five-bedroom, 9,171-square-foot home in Indiana on the market. The contemporary home is listed for $1.4 million.

Scola spent two seasons with the Indiana Pacers before defecting to Toronto. As a member of the Argentine national team, he's an Olympic gold medalist (2004, in Athens) and the all-time high scorer -- and four-time tournament MVP -- in the FIBA Americas Championship.

"The whole style of the home is very contemporary, especially for Indiana," says listing agent Noelle Hans-Daniels. The dramatic entrance is two stories high, with chocolate walls, white woodwork, and iridescent, metallic accent walls above and beside the fireplace.

The kitchen features interesting curved countertops and Craftsman details, with an open layout that blends seamlessly with the great room. Once again, metallics reign supreme: Burnished tiles cover the combination fireplace and entertainment center, which extends from the floor to the vaulted ceiling.

But the true appeal, according to Hans-Daniels, is that "the house is super family-friendly because of the [open] layout."