Dennis Schroder is a professional basketball player who currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. He began his career in 2010 and originally played for the Phantoms Braunschweig. Schroder has since played for the Atlanta Hawks, Bakersfield Jam, and Oklahoma City Thunder before being drafted to the Los Angeles Lakers in 2020. In addition to playing basketball, Schroder is also the sole owner of both the EasycreditBBL club and Braunschweig, his hometown team in Germany for which he formerly played. His sporting and business interests mean that Schroder is now a wealthy man. According to Essentially Sport, Dennis Schroder’s net worth is $38.7 million. His wealth means he can take his pick of luxurious properties anywhere in the world. Now that he is playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, it makes sense for the basketball player to make Los Angeles his new home, especially since he is now considering a multi-million-dollar contract extension. Schroder has recently bought a new pad in Tarzana, Los Angeles, for $4.3 million.
An Overview of Dennis Schroder’s New Home
Since moving to the Los Angeles Lakers, Dennis Schroder and his wife, Ellen Ziolo, have decided to settle down in Los Angeles. Their new home is in Tarzana in the San Fernando Valley, and it sits on a narrow plot of 0.35-acres. The 8,428-square-foot property was built in 2017 and has seven bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. It is a two-story property built in a contemporary style, and it boasts an open floor plan.
Inside His $4.3 Million Mansion
Most of the living area on the ground floor of Schroder’s home is open plan, with the living room, dining room, and family room in a shared space that opens to the chef’s kitchen. The open-plan space is clearly divided into zones for each purpose. One of the main features of this room is the large, black, floor-to-ceiling marble fireplace, which divides up the space. It suits the monochrome design of the room, which has white walls and black details and accessories. From the main living room, there are double-folding doors that lead to a dining patio area. The chef’s kitchen boasts stylish custom cabinetry in gray, with dark gray wall tiles custom-made from imported stone and white marble countertops. It is fitted with high-end stainless steel appliances, including an enormous SubZero refrigerator.
To the center of the kitchen is a large, white marble island with a sink, and this acts as an extra workspace and also as an informal dining area. Above the island, there are three contemporary pendant lights. From the kitchen, there are two sets of Fleetwood doors. These lead out to a loggia that has a full outdoor kitchen, a BBQ, and a fireplace. In the main house, there are six ensuite bedrooms, and these are arranged across both floors of the property. The master suite is located on the upper level and offers the homeowner a private retreat with many features. It seems that Schroder has already put some personal touches on the property, as the master suite has an orange feature wall with a basketball hoop and silhouettes of basketball players.
According to Dirt.com, the master ensuite is a resort-style room that is decked out with stone and exotic wood and has dual sinks and a double shower unit. Behind both the soaking tub and the shower, there are dramatic tiles in gray and white that give the impression of a stormy night. The master suite also boasts dual dressing rooms and dual private balconies with views over the garden and across the San Fernando Valley. Furthermore, the master suite has a private sitting area.
In addition to the main living space and the bedrooms, Schroder’s new pad has some other interesting spaces. Tucked below the house’s main staircase, there is a glass-walled cellar, which is a unique feature to have in the foyer of a house. It is all the more striking as the curved, gray wall above the staircase has long glass windows, and the staircase has glass panels. The house also has a home-office space, where Schroder can take care of his business affairs. It is a stylish and contemporary space set off the foyer, and there are gray wood shelving and cabinets along one wall. However, one of the best rooms in the house is a 10-seat home theater where Schroder, his wife, and friends can relax watching a movie together. The home theater has comfortable leather chairs, dark gray walls, and spotlights along the outer edges of the ceiling.
The Exterior of Schroder’s New Pad
To the rear of the property, there is a patio area and a large, L-shaped lawn. Th.e patio consists of large stone paving that runs across the back of the house and a gravel area with an outdoor dining suite and some plants for greenery. One of the garden’s best features is the outdoor swimming pool with an in-built spa that has a poolside lounging area. However, there is no doubt that Schroder’s favorite feature will be the concrete basketball court. The garden is not the only exterior space at this property, as there is also a huge rooftop deck. On the deck, there are plenty of amenities for alfresco dining and entertaining, including dining and lounging furniture, a BBQ, and spotlights. From the rooftop deck, there are panoramic views of the San Fernando Valley. On the grounds, there is also a two-story guesthouse that is ideal if Schroder and his wife want to have guests stay without them invading their privacy. The guesthouse has an ensuite bedroom, its own kitchen, a shared living and dining room, and space for a gym. Currently, the gym room houses both fitness equipment and a pool table. Therefore, the guesthouse serves a purpose even when Schroder does not have guests staying.