After signing a long-term deal with the Washington Wizards, guard John Wall decided to use some of that extension money to move out of his downtown apartment in D.C. and upgrade to a nearly five million dollar mansion in Potomac.
The fine folks over at the Washington Post have the full details on Wall’s new home:
We’ve learned that he settled on an eight bedroom, 12 bath, 17,350 sq. ft. mansion just outside the Beltway and closed two weeks ago.
The two-acre estate has all the bells and whistles we’ve come to expect for A-list athletes: Six-car garage, home theater, pool, hot tub with waterfall, outdoor grill and cabana, fitness room, steam room, tennis court, putting green, volleyball court and — in case he wants to bring his work home — an indoor basketball court.
Below are a few images of Wall’s new digs:
John Wall house images courtesy of Curbed.com