Russell Westbrook Lists His Larger Oklahoma Mansion for $1.7M

Now with the Houston Rockets, NBA star Russell Westbrook is cutting ties with Oklahoma. Westbrook played for the Oklahoma City Thunder until this season.

NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook has been dialing up multiple real estate plays off the court. He's placed a third property on the market, this one in his longtime home of Edmond, OK. Now with the Houston Rockets, Westbrook is cutting ties with the Sooner State.

The triple-double machine starred for the Oklahoma City Thunder for over a decade. Now ensconced in H-Town, he’s ready to hoist his former home on the market at a loss. The residence is available for $1.7 million.

The 31-year-old point guard bought the traditional-style mansion in 2012 for $1,945,000. As he shuffles his property portfolio, he's clearly ready to unload this particular property.

The 8,394-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. Located in a suburban area outside of Oklahoma City, the 1.43-acre spread includes a pool and putting green.

Russell Westbrook's Oklahoma home


Family room

Open kitchen

One of two offices

Home theater

Putting green

Pool and cabana

Built in 2007 and recently renovated, the home features an open kitchen with two islands, a Sub-Zero fridge and freezer, and a walk-in pantry.

Adjoining the kitchen is a living and dining space with a fireplace. On the main level, you'll also find the two master bedrooms and a guest bedroom. Upstairs, a large bonus room comes with a kitchen and bar.

Other luxe amenities include a home theater with stadium seating, an exercise room, and a second study upstairs.

Last month, the MVP listed a smaller home in the area, which he  bought in 2008, soon after joining the Thunder. The $429,500 listing has since come off the market.


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However, if you’re looking to snap up some Westbrook-owned real estate, and don’t mind plunking down piles of cash, check out his other listing in Beverly Hills, CA. He recently lowered the price of the contemporary pad to $5.69 million from $6 million. He bought the luxury abode in 2015 for $4.65 million from reality TV star Scott Disick, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Still, the Long Beach, CA, native seems to want to keep a toe in the West Coast. He reportedly upgraded to a brand-new, $19.75 million, 9,000-square-foot compound in the exclusive enclave of Brentwood.

The basketball phenom is an eight-time NBA All-Star and the NBA MVP for the 2016–17 season. Also a fashion maven, he has a book out on his spectacular style.

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