You Can Buy Blake Griffin's L.A. Mansion For $12 Million

It looks like Griffin is trying to completely move on from Los Angeles. 

Evan Jankens
June 12, 2018 - 2:05 pm

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While it appears that Detroit Pistons' forward Blake Griffin has moved on from Kendall Jenner to Francesca Aiello.

It looks like that Griffin is trying to completely move on from Los Angeles.

According to Variety.com

The 29-year-old power forward, contracted to rake in more than $140 million over the next four years, purchased the then-new quasi-colonial two-story traditional not quite five years ago for exactly $9 million. Secured behind a high wall and obscured by a row of trees on about one-third of an acre, the nearly 9,600-square-foot residence offers six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.

A double-height entrance hall with sweeping curved staircase leads to a formal living room with fireplace between arched built-in bookcases and a dining room with a coffered-ceiling treatment. All guest bedrooms are ample and en suite, while the master retreat is replete with fireplace, sitting area, private terrace, bathroom with heated floor and two boutique-worthy dressing rooms.

This is actually great news for Detroit and the Detroit Pistons. To me it means that Griffin is going to stay in Detroit most likely and actually does like it here.

You can buy this house for the cool price of $11.995 million -- and don't forget there are 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms so you and your friends don't have to share. 

That's a hefty $3 million profit in five years.