The Spanish star, 28, was drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2011 and spent his first six seasons manning the point. In 2017, he was traded to the Utah Jazz. Now ensconced in Salt Lake City, Rubio is ready to trade in his stylish Twin Cities penthouse, which he bought in 2016 for $1.2 million.
When asked by the Salt Lake Tribune if he still had a residence in Minnesota, he said he did, and then joked, “You wanna buy it?”
Well, do we? Let’s take a look at it.
The 3,183-square-foot unit features high ceilings and an open layout with plenty of room to entertain, including the open dining area and living space. The sleek kitchen features bar seating and stone counters. Adjacent to the kitchen are steps leading to an elevated bar with a flat-screen TV screen and billiard table.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow in abundant natural light, and exposed brick and built-in bookshelves can be found throughout the penthouse.
Three bedrooms and three baths complete the tour, along with a rooftop patio with “spectacular views.”
The penthouse is located in the “desirable Northloop,” where residents can enjoy the award-winning restaurants and upscale boutiques of downtown, as well as proximity to the Mississippi River. And a mere mile away is the Target Center, where the Timberwolves play their home games.
It’s easy to see why Rubio may have been reluctant to sell this cool crib, but we’re sure he’ll be able to dish it off to a buyer in no time.
Source: Real Estate News and Advice – realtor.com » Real Estate News