Meyers Leonard sells Oregon residence for $2.8 million
A Blazer Fan's Dream
After 297 days on the market, former Trail Blazers big man Meyers Leonard has found a buyer for the place he once called home.
Sitting on 4.81 acres the house is 7,934 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, is nothing short of a dream home.
Originally listed at $3.195M, Leonard lowered the asking price to $3M and the new owner got a bargain at $2.8M.
The new owner is not immediately known.
But, let's take a look at the house they got...
Fit for a King (sized bed)
First, we have one of the four bedrooms. Four may not seem like a lot for a mansion of this size, but the above picture has one king-sized bed when it appears you could fit three or four in there if you really wanted too. The point is, it's big.
There is plenty of room to just kick back and relax.
Not to mention each bedroom has its own en-suite and a walk-in closet.
That's a selling point on any house. Speaking of that en-suite...
Life of Luxury
This looks less like a bathroom and more like a five-star spa.
Large bathtub, giant shower, marble everywhere the eye can see.
This is like no bathroom you've ever seen. Heck, is there even a reason to leave?
Yes, there is, cause if you look closely you can see the entrance to the giant walk-in closest...
Where do I put my shoes?
Is that a closest or a retail store?
I'm just waiting for someone to come out with a tape measurer and start tailoring my suit.
If you're a sneaker-head, you'll have plenty of room to show off your kicks.
If clothes are your thing and if you just have enough outfit a small town, you still won't run out of room in this bad boy.
I mean, the closest is big enough to have two chandeliers!!
Room with a view
The bedrooms are great, but they're really just for sleeping and getting ready for the day.
How will you spend the rest of the day? How about in this lovely living room, complete with a giant fireplace, floor to ceiling windows, and an incredible view of the rolling hills.
You can also see the tennis court, but more on that later.
First, we gotta grab some snacks, and for that we have to head to the kitchen...
A chef's dream
If you love to cook at home, you'll love this kitchen.
Dual built-in ovens, built-in microwave, a large gas stove top, two sinks, and an industrial-size refrigerator.
The only thing missing in this room is Gordon Ramsay.
The large island with bar seating is a nice centerpiece, allowing the chef in you to put on your own Benihana-style dinner and a show.
Time to entertain
The house has a large living space downstairs where you and year friends can sit on the couch and watch the big game, binge Netflix, or just play some video games.
TV not your style? Then there is also a pool room for all you sharks.
Notice the Meyers Leonard Robinson High School, University of Illinois, and Portland Trail Blazers jerseys on the wall.
No word on if they come with the house, but they should.
Calling all you gym rats
Maybe partying isn't your thing, but working out is.
Leonard made sure he was always ready to hoop, building an indoor quarter-court. If it looks familiar, it's because you may have seen Elle Leonard lighting the net on fire in one of her many viral videos.
As you can see here, this room isn't just a basketball court, it's also a home gym.
So lift some weights and get some shots up, then go chill out on the back porch next to the pool...
Summers in Oregon are hard to beat, and what better way to end a hot summer day than by spending it next to the fire in your backyard?
As you can see here, there is an outdoor grill, fireplace, lounge furniture, and the pool!
Well, there is actually a pool, a hot tub, and a water slide!
And just look at the sunset!
5 acres all to yourself
The house sits on five beautiful acres of land to call your own.
Here you can also see the tennis court and outdoor basketball hoop for enjoying recreation on a sunny, summer Oregon day.
This place has all you could ever want and then some. It can be yours for just $3 million dollars... or about one-third of Leonard's annual salary.
If I were you, I'd start calling my friends and pooling our funds. There is more than enough room for all of you to live here!