Washington Wizards All-Star Bradley Beal has purchased a new home in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, according to a report from Variety.com. This of course starts speculation that Bradley Beal could be moving teams this off-season from the Wizards to either the Los Angeles Lakers or Los Angeles Clippers.
Bradley Beal is buying a new house in Los Angeles, per https://t.co/gvXnsZuBFr
"One of the largest homes in L.A.’s hip Venice neighborhood has sold for $6.8 million, according to property records." pic.twitter.com/opHcnZTbMP
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Source: Beyond walls and gates, a concrete pathway leads past a front yard — landscaped with perfectly symmetrical rows of drought-resistant native plantings — to a starkly white interior with living, dining, and family rooms all combined into a single open-plan space. The huge kitchen anchors the main floor living space, with its train car-sized island and gloss black cabinetry designed to capture eyes and hearts. There are multiple dining areas inside and out, plus walls of glass pocket doors that open to a lush courtyard with al fresco entertaining spaces, fountains, and a pool/spa combo with waterfall inspired by the five-star Amangiri resort in Utah, per the listing.
The Beals sold their home in McLean, Virgina for $3.5 million dollars. Could this be speculation that Beal could be on the move this summer? With Paul George reportedly on the market for the Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers always looking to make a splash, Bradly Beal could be coming to the city of Angels.