PHOENIX — Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker has held a special place in the Valley since he was drafted two years ago.
Now he literally has a special place, and it cost him over $3 million.
According to The Arizona Republic, Booker purchased a house in Paradise Valley near the cross-section of Lincoln Drive and Scottsdale Road.
The house, sold by Launch Real Estate, is 5,590 square feet. The house was delisted when it was at $3.475 million, but the Republic reports Booker paid $3.25 million for it.
It holds four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and is in the newest subdivision of Paradise Valley, according to Launch Real Estate. There is also a pool, private spa, exercise space, and a four-car garage that sits on an acre of land.
If you want a home this nice for yourself in the future, all you need to do is score 70 points in a NBA game. No big deal, right?
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