Real Estate Rumors
Former Chicago Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich late last month listed his eight-bedroom, 9,270-square-foot mansion on 5.79 acres in Bannockburn for $4.499 million. Currently a free agent, Hinrich, 36, played for the Bulls from 2003 until he was traded to the Washington Wizards in 2010, and he played again for the Bulls from 2012 until he was traded in February 2016.
Lamar Odom stands to make a boatload of dough … now that he’s cutting ties with his Florida crib. The former NBA star bought the Pinecrest pad back in 2003 for $2.975 million for his stint with the Miami Heat … but he’s finally ready to say deuces to the crib and possibly make a sweet profit cause he’s asking for $5.2 mil!!!
Steve Nash has been waiting nearly three years to sell his Paradise Valley, Ariz., home, but on Friday, the former NBA star received some good news. Nash’s home sold last week for $3.175 million after spending time on and off the market since 2014, according to Redfin.
The nearly 20,000-square-foot French revival home has 26 rooms, seven bedrooms and 10 marble bathrooms, all on 10 acres on Converse Lake. It also boasts a music room with a domed, gilded ceiling, a movie theater, a huge great room and an “architecturally significant trophy room,” according to the listing.
Sources say Houston, who played for the Knicks for nine years and has seven children with wife Tamara, is looking for a place in Manhattan. We’re told that even though the home is 50 minutes from NYC, Houston wants to be closer to the team and spend less time traveling and more time with his kids.
A Cheviot Hills home owned by L.A. Clippers wing Paul Pierce has come to market for $3.395 million. Pierce, a 10-time NBA All-Star, bought the house more than a decade ago for his mother after signing his first long-term extension while a member of Boston Celtics. He’s selling because his mother has moved into a new single-story home, which Pierce also bought and remodeled for her.