While Ben Simmons won't be taking home the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy after his 76ers team lost in Round 2 of the NBA playoffs against the Atlanta Hawks, he's certainly winning off the court.
The good-looking athlete just dropped a whopping $17.5 million on a new mansion inside the guard-gated Hidden Hills, Calif., community. The price might seem like a hefty sum to pay; but it's nothing more than pocket change to Simmons — who signed a five-year, $177 million contract with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Scroll through to see the handsome hunk's new digs.
Simmons' estate, situated on a 1.5 acre lot at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, includes a main mansion, house-sized guesthouse, poolside cabana with a party-sized flatscreen TV and not one, but two lavish swimming pools.
The modern farmhouse-style mansion offers an open-concept living space with the ideal seamless indoor-outdoor design that all Californian discerning buyer's crave.
The incredibly sleek and contemporary design of the home makes it the ideal party space for a young and extremely wealthy owner with celebrity status.
While the "main" designer kitchen is off the immaculate dining room with two custom metal chandeliers, there is a chef’s catering kitchen with commercial-grade appliances and a private entrance.
After working hard on the court, Simmons can sit back and relax in his cozy movie theater.
One of the many stunning bedrooms boasts a giant fireplace, sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass panels that overlook the mesmerizing pool and grassy hillside.