Farmar bought the house in 2011 for $1.8 million, so he’s making a tidy profit with the investment.
The estate comes with typical rich-dude amenities, including a family room with a projection screen, seven fire places throughout the home, a game room and a pool house that has its own kitchen and wet bar. The house also comes with “a saltwater wave pool with beach entry” and a lighted basketball court.
However, the house does have some luxurious details that deserve special mention. For more mellow parties, the home contains a hookah lounge. There is also a “secret hallway” that leads to a bedroom and a wall aquarium so that you can, you know, enjoy your fish in privacy.
Hell, even dogs that stay at the house get the royal treatment as the property comes with a special dog house.
For Fido, the dog house with washing station is climate-controlled and includes a turf run with a septic system.
As for Farmar, the guard signed a one-year deal with Maccabi Tel Aviv back in June. He played for the team during the NBA lockout back in 2011.
Check out some of the stunning photos of Jordan’s former home below.