Andrei Kirilenko of Utah Jazz Lists Home at $2.9M

Andrei Kirilenko
Andrei Kirilenko

Andrei Kirilenko, the man known as AK47, has listed his Salt Lake City architectural home at $2.9 million.

The Russian-born Andrei Kirilenko, who plays forward for the Utah Jazz and was the youngest European player at the time to join the National Basketball Association, got his nickname because his initials are AK and he wears jersey number 47.

Now drop that image and focus on one mighty stunning house. The 8,100-square-feet home has views of Great Salt Lake and enough room to park a boat or RV. It sits on .72 acres and was built in 1995. It has five bedrooms, high-end appliances throughout and soaring two-story ceilings in the entryway. The lower level has sliding glass doors opening on to a park-like setting yard with a pool. The property is located in the exclusive Arlington Hill subdivision, with views not just of the lake but also of downtown Salt Lake City and the mountains.