James Worthy Is Selling His Boring Bel-Air House — $2.195 Million

The only reason this house is 2 million dollars is because it’s in Bel-Air. This is the most boring, grandpa looking house I’ve ever written about on this site. Good lord, James. I thought a Laker legend like yourself would be living in a dope ocean side mansion or something. You haven’t been married for what, like 20 years now? You can’t be bringing back that old, crusty strange from the country club to this boring place.
I’ll give him a break because his was his post-retirement house. There’s no way him and Magic would’ve ran through those LA groupies back in the 80’s by showing off this house.
Anyways, here’s more from the LA Times:

The two-story home in guard-gated Bel-Air Crest was built in 1990 and has cathedral-style ceilings, wood and tile floors and fireplaces in the living and family rooms.
Some 3,900 square feet of interiors includes an eat-in kitchen, a formal dining room, a wet bar and a media/game room. The master suite features dual vanities and a soaking tub for a total of four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
French doors off of the main floor open to a small paver patio.

This thing doesn’t even have a pool. I thought basically every house south of Sacramento came with a pool out there. Guess not, at least he has that soaking tub!

More features from James’ house


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