Tour two-time  NBA All-Star Kiki VanDeWeghe's house in Encino, now on the market for $5 million

In the family-friendly neighborhood of Encino, in the San Fernando Valley region of L.A., a former NBA All-Star's house is looking for new owners.

Listed for $4,999,000, the gated mid-century estate is currently home to former NBA player Kiki VanDeWeghe and his wife, acclaimed interior designer and structural engineer Peggy VanDeWeghe.

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NBA All-Star Kiki VanDeWeghe's house in Encino, L.A.

Kiki and Peggy bought the house back in 2010, per public records, and have revamped the entire residence,

giving the mid-century home a refreshed, stylish look that combines bold, sophisticated design elements with wellness amenities and an overall emphasis on wellbeing and relaxation.

The single-level, 5-bedroom home has a harmonious, Feng Shui-inspired layout, accented by dramatic design elements.

Arguably the most attractive part of the house, the family room boasts high ceilings, oak floors, and a 23-foot stone alcove wet bar that seamlessly transitions into the chef's kitchen.

There's also a zen den -- featuring walnut floors and a stone fireplace with a fossil stone hearth -- to unwind.

Peggy and Kiki VanDeWeghe's primary bedroom suite is actually a fully-fledged retreat (that has its own loft). 

The are 4 additional private suites, each with its own custom finishes, en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets, and a walkout to the luxe outdoor space.

Speaking of the outdoor areas, the couple's home has an oversized saltwater pool, an outdoor kitchen, a fire pit, a putting green, a veggie garden, and even a rooftop deck.

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Property photos courtesy of The Agency



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