1 Lucky Celtics Fan Can Own Kevin Garnett's Boston Home for $4.85 Million
Kevin Garnett will be looking fierce and generally crazy in a Brooklyn Nets jersey this season, so it makes sense that he has decided to sell his Boston-area home for a cool $4.85 million.
That's a steal when you take a look at some of these images, illustrating what life might be like as Garnett or, at the very least, those living vicariously who can brag to their friends, "Like this house? Yeah, it used to belong to KG."
As you can see, there is nothing but class all around this house. It also sits on the edge of a pond for all you people who love nature and guff like that.
What we admire is the gym and this spacious home entertainment room.
It looks like there is a soda machine nearby, which beats any amenities you might have in your living room at the moment.
Really, this is pretty much what you might expect from an NBA star. The details from the listing should have those blessed with an extra $5 million in the bank eager to take a deeper look.
Majestic waterfront Contemporary Estate sited on 12+ acres designed by international award winning architects Machado and Silvetti Associates, celebrated creators of the Getty Villa in Malibu. Sun flooded interiors with elegant custom finishes, young fresh design offering a sumptuous master bedroom suite with an amazing oversized dressing room. Fully finished lower level with a wine cellar, media room and a gym fit for a champion.
Not only do you get to own the former residence of an NBA superstar, but you get to be the proud inhabitant of these digs designed by the people that brought us the Getty Villa. Besides, you can make use of adjectives like "sumptuous" if a guest happens to take a gander at the bedroom.
As for particulars, the 11,000-square-foot house sits on a 12.7 acre lot, giving you so much extra room for activities.
It also comes with five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms, a balcony and four-car garage. If that sounds like something you might be interested in buying, well, we envy your extravagance.
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