Former NBA Player Landry Fields Selling Orange County Home
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A native of Long Beach, CA Landry Fields parlayed his five-season NBA career into a role as a scout, so he knows a thing or two about making smart choices. He also possesses a keen eye for real estate—as evidenced by his home in Rossmoor, CA. The 5,408-square-foot house is now on the market for $2.65 million.
Fields starred in college at Stanford and was selected in the 2010 NBA draft by the New York Knicks, where he spent two seasons. In 2012, he signed a three-year contract with the Toronto Raptors before a series of injuries prematurely ended his playing career. In 2016, he was hired by the San Antonio Spurs to be a college scout.
The outgoing baller has never been shy about building a brand outside of basketball. While with the Knicks, he co-starred in the “Andy and Landry Show” on MSG.com, which saw him exploring the city alongside teammate Andy Rautins. He also appeared on the ABC singing competition "Sing Your Face Off" in 2014.
Featuring six bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and a spacious backyard complete with a saltwater pool and spa, this Orange County home is equal parts luxurious and homey. Landry and his wife, model Elaine Alden, have lived in the house since selling their Manhattan Beach property in 2017.
While the outdoor areas are stunning, the centerpiece of the house is the kitchen, which is light and airy and boasts a large center island, double farmhouse sink, stainless-steel Thermador appliances, bar counter, breakfast nook with planning station, and French doors that lead to a covered patio and BBQ.
The listing describes it as an “entertainer's backyard”—and we couldn't agree more.
Philip DeMatteo of First Team Real Estate represents the listing.
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