Chicago Bulls All-Star Zach LaVine is buying a $34 million estate in Newport Beach.

Lavin was revealed to be the mystery buyer of the 11,200-square-foot mansion at 1 Shoreridge on the Newport Coast, reports.

The two-story Tuscan-style villa originally listed in March for $40 million. LaVine bought it a month later after a deal close to the asking price fell through.

The sellers, Rob and Ami Douk, bought the 0.8-acre property in 2021 for $14.7 million and then completely remodeled it.

Built in 2010, the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home is the most expensive property ever sold in the gated Pelican Crest area, where Vanessa Bryant and Hot Pockets inventor Paul Home of Paul Merage.

The red-tile-roofed white mansion sits behind gates at the end of a cul-de-sac on a pie-shaped lot with sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean through folding glass doors.

The Orange County estate includes a state-of-the-art gym, infrared sauna, wine cellar, game room, golf simulator, gourmet kitchen with two marble-topped islands, and a “Yves Saint Laurent themed” walk-in closet.master bedroom with a retractable tv on the ceiling According to the list.

The backyard has many pools and water features overlooking the ocean.

Listings were handled by agents Abe Lim of Circa Properties and Paul Daftarian of Luxe Real Estate, who also represented the buyers.

lavin, with $215 million Contract with the Bulls, just sold his first newport coast house, a similar but smaller estate at 36 South South near Crystal Cove. The 28-year-old Seattle native has also settled into his suburban Washington state home. in the marketaccording to the dirt.

Price tags for homes on Newport Shores, at the southern end of Newport Beach, are now similar to those in Bel-Air and Malibu. An 11,000-square-foot home sold for $55 million last month, making it one of the most expensive listings in OC. Listings for similar homes currently range from $59 million to $70 million.

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