Josh Childress house profile - home pictures, rare Josh Childress facts - Paradise Valley, Arizona residence
NBA guard/small forward Josh Childress was making big bank in Europe as a member of Olympiacos Piraeus before the Phoenix Suns signed him in July 2010. Childress signed a three-year, $20 million contract in 2008 with Olympiacos Piraeus and opted out after two years, then Phoenix signed him a three-year, $20 million deal in 2008. Two months after signing with Phoenix, Childress paid $1,570,000 for a home in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Built in 1998, the contemporary style home has 5,400 square feet and includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms, swimming pool and spa, outdoor barbecue, guest house, scenic landscaping, and mountain views.
Josh Childress' house in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Before his stint with Olympiacos Piraeus, Josh Childress played four years for the Atlanta Hawks where he averaged just over eleven points per game. Childress was drafted out of Stanford by the Hawks as the number six pick overall in the 2004 NBA Draft.