The three-time All-Star and Brooklyn Nets point guard sold the contemporary abode at auction for $13.552 million—inclusive of a 12% buyer’s premium—or $12.1 million without fees.

Simmons, who was 𝐛𝐨𝐫𝐧 and raised in Australia before moving to the U.S. as a teenager, acquired the home in 2021 for $17.5 million using a limited liability company, records with PropertyShark show.

The property, in the city’s Hidden Hills neighborhood, has been on and off the market since, with an asking price ranging from $22.9 million to, most recently, $17.495 million.

There are towering ceilings throughout the home.

Concierge Auctions

Bidding began on April 18, and the estate sold prior to the auction close, with Simmons accepting an appealing bid, according to a representative for Concierge Auctions, which handled the sale alongside the Beverly Hills Estates

The deal closed last week, listing records show. A record of the transaction has yet to be made public, and as such, Mansion Global couldn’t identify the buyer.

The reclaimed-wood and charcoal-hued brick residence is replete with luxuriously rustic details, from the double-vaulted wood ceilings and walls of glass to the bespoke brass fireplace, according to the listing.

The home theater is soundproofed.

Concierge Auctions

Across its 12,000 square feet the seven-bedroom house has a standout great room with marble floors, a living room and formal dining room that are divided by that custom floating brass fireplace, and a contemporary kitchen that opens out to the patio.

There’s also a professional-grade chef’s kitchen, a soundproof movie theater, a gym, and a primary suite with a fireplace, a sitting area, a walk-in closet and a spa-like bathroom.

Outside, there’s a pool and spa, a poolside cabana, an al fresco dining area and a detached guest house.

Simmons, 27, played for the Philadelphia 76ers until his trade to the Nets in 2022. He couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.