Shawn Kemp has listed his Seattle mansion in Maple Valley’s Webster Lake on the market for $3.7 million.
Kemp bought the Seattle property for $2.4 million in 2003, the same year he retired from the NBA but is now looking for a new owner on the real estate market.
The lush property is a 13,300-square-foot two-storey mansion sitting on about five acres. It comes complete with five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. On the second floor is a balcony that extends from the master suite. It has a family room, library, theater, swimming pool, spa, a sports court, and a pair of patios. The living area includes a two-story living room replete with a fireplace, wet bar, and a formal dining room lined with wood paneling. The automobile garage has spaces that can accommodate eight cars.
Kemp, who was a McDonald’s All-American as a high-schooler in 1988, was drafted by the now-defunct Seattle SuperSonics in 1989 where he spent eight years before moving to Cleveland to play for the Cavaliers for another three seasons; he spent the next two seasons with the Portland Trailblazers and wrapped up his career playing one season with the Orlando Magic in 2003. He had a stellar career over the course of 14 years, which includes six All Star selections and one NBA Finals appearance.
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