The Post has learned that Seattle native Zach Lavin is selling his Washington home for $2.25 million.
Composed of four bedrooms and three baths, the NBA player bought the home back in 2019 for $1.69 million.
Located in Issaquah, 20 minutes from Seattle, the property has been described as “one of the most extravagant” in the area.
Situated on 1.4 acres, the fully-furnished property features refinished hardwood floors, quartz countertops, and a Viking professional kitchen suite with a six-burner gas range, a wine fridge, and a spacious kitchen island.
The open-concept floor plan features a living and dining area with a gas fireplace and a custom mantel, the listing notes.
The main floor den also comes with an en suite bath.
Spread over approximately 4,100 square feet, the home also features a primary suite with a spa-like bath, makeup vanity, walk-in closet, and gas fireplace.
Additionally, there is a bonus room, a three-car garage, a walk-in laundry room, and a covered patio.
The listing notes the home comes with a sprinkler system and is fore-inspected.
Jane Cameron with the agency did the listing.
LaVine, 28, plays for the Chicago Bulls, who won their game over the Los Angeles Lakers 118-108 on Sunday night.
He recently set a team record by jointly scoring 88 points with teammate DeMar DeRozan – the most points scored by a pair in Bulls history, surpassing the previous one set by Michael Jordan and Horace Grant.