John Wall Has A Simply Spectacular DC Area Home (Photos)

John Wall Potomac Maryland homeWashington Wizards point guard John Wall has been one of the most talked about figures of the 2015 NBA playoffs. Whether it be his outstanding play in Washington's first round series victory over Toronto, or his untimely wrist injury in Game 1 of his team's ongoing second round best-of-7 versus the Hawks, Wall's name stands front and center within the current sports landscape.

Off the court, life is looking pretty good for the fifth year player out of Kentucky.

In conjunction with signing a 5-year/$80 million contract with the Wizards, back in 2013, Wall purchased a $4.9 million home in the posh DC suburb of Potomac, Maryland.

Located 15 miles northwest of the Verizon Center and 9 miles northwest of the Maryland/Washington border, the now 27-year-old property boasts of 8 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a 6-car garage, pool (with waterfall), hot tub, sauna, theater, workout gym, putting green, volleyball court, and of course, an indoor hoops court.

The 17,350-square-foot palace sits on a massive 2-acre plot of land.

Curbed DC provides a detailed pictorial of the Wall estate.

In addition, Wall fans can check out multiple iFolloSports.com videos and photos, documenting the class act Wall remains around his many fans.