Now in Brooklyn, NBA Star Mikal Bridges Is Selling His Arizona Mansion for $7M


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He’s swapped the desert for downtown Brooklyn.

In February, NBA forward Mikal Bridges was traded from the Phoenix Suns to the Brooklyn Nets in a blockbuster deal. The seismic leaguewide shift has resulted in the East Coast native performing a shuffle on his real estate portfolio.

Bridges has put his $7 million mansion in Paradise Valley, AZ, on the market. The sedate, five-bedroom residence offers gorgeous views of the Camelback Mountains.

Built in 2020

Living room


Dining room

Covered patio and pool

The delightful main dwelling is an entertainer’s paradise that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces.

And it’s certainly a property that’s ready to welcome (many) visitors: It comes with a guest cottage and a fully-equipped pool house with two living/lounge areas and a bath. The gorgeous kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances (Wolf and Sub-Zero), a walk-in pantry, and a massive island with seating for four.

An enormous fireplace anchors the great room, which features a vaulted, beamed ceiling and sliding-glass doors on two sides.

And while the indoor dining options are nice, it’s the outdoor set up—complete with a built-in barbecue—that is truly mouthwatering. A covered patio offers space for at least 14 dinner guests and overlooks the spacious pool deck.

The primary bedroom is a luxurious retreat, with its own outdoor shower and hot tub just steps from the bed. The space  is indulgently arranged with the requisite spalike bath, oversized shower, and gigantic walk-in closet with its own washer and dryer.

The pool house is currently configured as a game room and is painted a lovely steel-blue shade. Plus, there’s plenty of room for a pool table and workout equipment.

Primary bedroom

Main bathroom

Private hot tub

Game room

A Philadelphia native, Bridges starred in college at Villanova before making his 2018 NBA debut with Phoenix. In the middle of his fifth season with the Suns, he was shipped east to help lead a fully-revamped Brooklyn Nets squad. Alas, the Nets were eliminated from the 2023 playoffs, losing to the 76ers in four games.

But if TikTok is to be believed, Bridges is adjusting quite well to life in Brooklyn:

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