Kevin Durant is going through a season of change. The Golden State Warriorsstar, who will become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the month, recently sold his picturesque oceanfront Malibu beach house for $12.15 million, a little over a year after he purchased the 5,100-square-foot dwelling for $12.05 million.

The multilevel home was recently remodeled, and boasts four bedrooms and six bathrooms spread out over three floors (an elevator services each floor). The abode is extremely sleek and contemporary, with high ceilings, white walls, skylights, and French oak floors creating a relaxing, laid-back vibe. The main living room has an enormous skylight and a large minimalist fireplace built directly into one wall; a wall of sliding glass doors opens out onto a back deck with the ocean visible just beyond its railings. The adjacent kitchen features a marble-topped center island with a six-burner stove and pristine white cabinets. A dining area just off the kitchen is similarly clean-lined, with yet another wall of glass sliders leading out onto a deck. Elsewhere on the ground floor is a cozy den with its own smaller, minimal wood-burning fireplace, built-in wooden shelves and cabinets, and convenient wet bar.

The bedrooms, located on the upper levels, include their own sliding glass doors and access to private balconies facing the ocean. In the master suite, there is a glass-enclosed wood-burning fireplace with a giant flat screen TV hung above it, plus a spa-like en suite bathroom featuring a sleek stand-alone deep-soaking tub and a very large separate glass-enclosed shower. Other amenities in the home include a library, a lofted space which doubles as a massage and exercise area, and a separate media room located on the lowest level. That room features a glass-enclosed wine wall and access to an outdoor spa and dining patio. Outside the home is perhaps the best feature of all—direct access to the beach.