Former NFL star Clay Matthews has just executed a handoff of his megamansion in Calabasas, CA.
Accepting the massive home is the NBA’s Rayford “Trae” Young, point guard for the Atlanta Hawks.
The sprawling 14,021-square-foot home was sold last month for $20 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The former NFL linebacker and his wife, “Design on a Dime” host Casey Noble Matthews, purchased the 1.63-acre property in 2013 for $2.6 million. They custom-built a seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home in 2020. The next year, when they relocated to Nashville, TN, they listed the property for $29,995,000.
Since then, the price was reduced a few times and finally dipped to $24,995,000 in May.
Tucked in the celebrity enclave known as Estates at the Oaks, the French provincial-style estate boasts many luxury finishes. They include antique wood-beam ceilings, custom millwork, and wide-plank walnut and oak flooring.
A double-height foyer opens to an elegant great room. The bright and airy chef’s kitchen features an island with bar seating and a breakfast nook.
The primary suite features a private balcony with views of the Santa Monica Mountains and “a luxurious bathroom with Borghini marble and custom vanities,” according to the listing.
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Other high-end amenities include a billiard room, wine cellar, and 15-seat home theater. A wood-paneled office comes with a built-in aquarium and a secret room.
The backyard features an oversized pool and spa, fire pit, sport court, goldfish pond, orchard, and vegetable gardens.
The home comes with a 9-plus-car garage with a street entrance, so you can showcase your car collection in style.
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