Former Home to Basketball Star Wilt Chamberlain Reduced to $13.7M in Los Angeles, California

Ryan Lahiff

Ryan Lahiff

Former Home to Basketball Star Wilt Chamberlain Reduced to $13.7M in Los Angeles, California

$13,700,000 | Built 1971 | 9,395 Sq. Ft. | 8 Baths | 2.5 Acres
15216 Antelo Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90077
Constructed in 1971 by architect David Rich for American professional basketball player Wilt Chamberlain, this custom residence has been reduced to $13.7 million in Los Angeles, California. Listing details: Custom built by renowned architect David Rich in the 1970s for basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain, this magnificent home sits on a secluded 2.5-acre cul-de-sac hilltop that boasts sweeping ocean, city, reservoir, and valley views. Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic style and the natural beauty of California, the five-story living room harmoniously blends a cathedral ceiling, walls of windows, tree-like columns, and Bouquet Canyon stone. The brutalist design is offset by ample glazing that brightens and softens the interior. Extensive renovations from 2008 to 2013 reinvigorated this masterpiece with all the coveted modern amenities, including a media room, billiard room, gym, redwood sauna, outdoor kitchen, and an enormous swimming pool (current building codes will not allow a collection like this today) wraps the house creating an impression that it is floating in a lake. The rich character and history of this residence remains unrivaled. Perfect for a discerning buyer who values privacy and will cherish this prized property’s striking architecture and historical significance. This stunning property is on the market for $13.7 million with Zac Mostame of The Agency. Photography by Ryan Lahiff.
Ryan Lahiff



Ryan Lahiff
Ryan Lahiff
Ryan Lahiff



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