Antawn Jamison’s Former Kitchen
It took about nine months, but UrbanTurf has learned that a sale is now pending on former Washington Wizard Antawn Jamison’s sprawling Bethesda house.
Back in April, we reported that Jamison’s home had hit the market shortly after he was traded from the Wizards to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The 14,000 square-foot pad was originally listed for $4.15 million, but a deal is now pending on the property for just under $4 million.
When we wrote about the home last spring, we noted that the mansion had all the usual trappings for a professional athlete making about $12 million a year including a movie theater, four-car garage, wine cellar, and of course an elevator because 11 years in the NBA can take a toll on a man’s knees.
What really stood out about the home, though, was the over-sized nature of most of the rooms. The kitchen has enough room for a living room-like seating area, the master suite is enormous and sadly, the owner’s closet looks larger than most bedrooms this writer has lived in. But, we figured that rooms this size were appropriate for a 6’9” power forward.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/antawn_jamisons_house_finds_a_buyer/2998
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