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NBA veteran Tyson Chandler is known for his tough defensive style on the court. But he has nothing to be defensive about when it comes to his choice in real estate. The Olympic gold medalist has put his impressive home in Hidden Hills, CA, on the market for just a shade under $10 million.
Since buying the mansion in August 2010 for $5.45 million, the All-Star center has put his mark on it, creating a detached man cave/theater room, a gym, and a barn with facilities to keep horses on the 1.36-acre estate.
Located in a gated community, the nearly 12,000-square-foot home has six bedrooms and seven full bathrooms along with four half-baths. A guest apartment features its own kitchen and living room.
Other upscale amenities in the main portion of the home include six fireplaces, a paneled library, wine closet, a custom pool and spa area as well as an outdoor kitchen and rose garden.
Chandler grew up in California, but he began his professional basketball career with the Chicago Bulls in 2001. Now in his 15th season, he plays for the Phoenix Suns, his sixth NBA squad. The 33-year-old signed a four-year, $52 million contract with the Suns in July 2015.
Jordan Cohen is the listing agent.