Mitch Richmond selling his home in Los Angeles for $8.4 million


mitch-richmond-lakersFormer NBA player Mitch Richmond is selling his residential home in California, Los Angeles, ExNBA learned from Alanna Finn,  a PR Lifestyle Specialist at Redfin, a national real estate brokerage.

Richmond’s house first hit the market in April of 2013 at the price of $9.495 million. Since then the price has dropped several times, and its current price is $8.495 million.

The home measures 6 Beds/8 Baths on 12,953 sqft on a total lot size of 2.28 acres built in 2006.

The house is a custom one-story, with a 2+acre lot, featuring panoramic pastoral and mountain views. The house also includes a resort style pool with slide and watefalls, a barbecue center, a basketball court, expansive rolling lawns.

On the inside, the home is packed with home theatre, game room, sports bar, office/library, wine cellar and tasting room, gym with steam & sauna, beauty salon, bonus room, children’s homework room, and more.

Amenities include stone and wood floors, open beam volume ceilings, big chef’s kitchen, and a wonderful master suite. Additional amenities include covered patios, outdoor fireplace, fire pit, five-car garage, sound system, video security cameras and more. superb current comps on the street.

Mitch Richmond was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he currently still owns a home and most recently sold another.

Richmond was a 6-time NBA All-Star, and also won the 1988-89 NBA Rookie of the Year Award. He scored double figures in scoring in 13 of his 14 seasons. He also won the NBA title with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2001-2002.

Richmond, considered one of the best shooters in the NBA, averaged career high 25.9 ppg for Sacramento in 1996-97. He holds career averages of 21 ppg, 3.9 rpg and 3.5 apg in 976 NBA games, in 902 of which he started.



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