You, too, can live like an NBA superstar. It will just take roughly $3.5 million and your ability to overlook that sketchy grotto in the back.
Arenas has fallen on hard times. There is no telling if he will ever convince an NBA general manager to take a chance on him again.
With that, he is apparently selling his 13,000-square-foot Washington, D.C. mansion and asking a cool $3.5 million for it.
This includes a grotto that is no doubt adorned with some very steamy memories.
Deadspin recalls a Washington Post report on the early days of the swimming pool and grotto—a million-dollar expenditure.
A man far wiser than I once remarked, "Things I wouldn't want to pay millions of dollars for: Gilbert Arenas' grotto."
I have to agree.
Shady, shady things no doubt went down in the grotto that includes "hot tub, bar, fish tank, entertainment system, and water slide," via Deadspin.
Let me say straight out that a grotto may be a fine addition to any backyard. I just don't want a hand-me-down edition.
Something tells me you may want to hose her down for a week, and please wear some flip-flops like a decent human being.
If you care, the house itself also boasts nine fireplaces. Making this mansion more ridiculous than Gilbert Arenas' career ever was.
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