Paul Pierce lists Calabasas mansion with Celtics basketball court docket for $11 million

Paul Pierce lists Calabasas mansion with Celtics basketball court for $11 million

Retired NBA star Paul Pierce is taking pictures for a giant revenue in Calabasas, the place his amenity-loaded mansion is available on the market for $10.995 million.

Pierce paid $6.5 million for the property in 2009, a 12 months after he gained an NBA title with the Boston Celtics and took dwelling Finals MVP honors.

The ten-time All-Star decked out the mansion throughout his decade-long keep, portray the outside an attention grabbing shade of salmon and including high-end facilities corresponding to a bowling alley, moist bar and fitness center. Out again, he put in a inexperienced basketball court docket emblazoned with the Celtics’ brand.

Pierce modified up the inside as effectively, turning the tan dwelling areas white and touching up the movie show and billiards room. Highlights throughout the large 12,250-square-foot flooring plan embrace a two-story lobby with a sweeping staircase, chef’s kitchen, nice room and formal eating room beneath barrel ceilings.

Eight bedrooms and ten bogs full the two-story flooring plan. All through the house, giant doorways and home windows soak up metropolis and mountain views.

A second-story terrace hangs off the again of the home, overlooking a grassy yard with a swimming pool, two spas, eating space and hearth pit along with the Celtics-themed basketball court docket.

Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman maintain the itemizing.

A local of Oakland and standout at Inglewood Excessive Faculty, Pierce was a McDonald’s All-American on the College of Kansas earlier than being drafted by Boston in 1998. Throughout his 19-year profession, he gained a championship with the Celtics and scored 26,397 factors — good for 16th-most in NBA historical past.

His earlier dwelling sale went fairly effectively; in 2017, he offered a Cheviot Hills property for $3.5 million — or $105,000 greater than he was asking.

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