NBA Superstar Allen Iverson's Buckhead Mansion on the Block
The price on the former Philadelphia 76er’s multimillion dollar man cave in Atlanta continues to drop.
Allen Iverson was said to have
some of the best hands in the NBA; however, he’s having a hard time hanging
onto things these days. The former Philadelphia 76er’s Atlanta home was
recently turned over to the bank and is a steal at $2.8 million. His house in
Colorado was also auctioned off in 2011. The Atlanta home was originally listed
for $3 million.
About the House
- Owned By: NBA star Allen Iverson
- Listed By: Donna Siniora of Atlanta Communities
- Price: $2,790,000
Iverson and his now-estranged wife poured millions into
customizing the Buckhead home, which is located just a stone’s throw from the
governor’s mansion. The 8,000-square-foot manse is tucked in a gated alcove on
West Paces Ferry Road near the city’s most-exclusive private schools, the
poshest restaurants and the exclusive private Cherokee Town and Country Club.
Amenities and details of the baller's home include Italian marble countertops in the kitchen and laundry room, tray ceilings, six bedrooms, 11 baths, an indoor and outdoor fireplace, a pool and a Jacuzzi, custom hardwood floors and a game room complete with a bespoke pool table.
Iverson, who once reportedly had a net worth of $150 million, was honored with a bobblehead in Philadelphia last month where he intimated that a return to the NBA has not been ruled out. According to Sports Illustrated, the former Atlanta transplant would “love the opportunity” to pick up where he left off. Maybe the Hawks are hiring.