Dwight Howard of the Lakers selling a huge attic in D.C.


Downtown Lakers, Dwight Howard, has included an attic in Washington, D.C., where he spent last season with the NBA Wizards, for $ 2,475 million.

The 10,134 square foot residence occupies the upper two floors of the historic building of the Pierce School, an 1893 school that became a nine-unit residential development about a decade ago.

Designed by German immigrant Adolf Cluss, the attic has 30-foot ceilings, original bricks and period accessories. The school’s original blackboards, lockers and cubicles were preserved and incorporated into the new attic design.

In the heart of the attic there is a two-story living room with brick fireplace and bar counter. The kitchen is equipped with commercial appliances and a massive island. There are five bedrooms and four bathrooms, including a master bathroom with a custom fish tank in the shower.

An industrial steel staircase leads to a private rooftop patio with 360 degree views. A full gym and a block bottom pool are among the building’s amenities.

Howard, 34, bought the property two years ago for $ 2.3 million, according to records.

The great veteran, now in his sixteenth season, is an eight-time stellar player and three-time NBA defensive player of the year. After joining the Lakers this summer in a one-year contract, he has averaged 7.7 points and 7.6 rebounds in 43 games this season.

Troy Patterson and Eric Nicholson of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty have the list.


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