NBA legend buys Fred Couples’ luxurious mansion

Formers Masters champion, Fred Couples, has sold his luxurious La Quinta estate to NBA Hall of Famer, Jerry West.

After putting the mansion on the market a couple of times with no buyers, Couples was finally able to sell the property to West for $2.8 million dollars. Records show that when Couples bought the home in 2009 he paid about $3.07 mil for it.

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The estate sits on about half an acre within the Madison Club, an affluent golf course community. The 5,200 square-foot house is built with four bedrooms, a 1,000-foot garage, great room, media room, gorgeous kitchen with an island, massive stone fire places, and an outdoor space to die for.

I mean just look at this place, it’s unbelievable:

Jerry West spent his entire career with the Lakers, making 14 all-star teams and winning an NBA title in 1972. He then became an executive for the Lakers where he won executive of the year honors twice and was part of six championship teams. The 78-year-old currently sits in a comfy chair as the special advisor and executive board member for the Golden State Warriors. The Logo, as he was once called, clearly can afford (and deserves) a house of this caliber.

After a successful PGA Tour career, Fred Couples is going strong on the Champions Tour, recently winning a tournament in Naples, Florida.

Freddy seems like he’s doing pretty well, so selling his house could be a power move that Jerry West benefitted off of.

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