Patrick Ewing puts house on sale for nearly $7 million


patrick-ewing-suitFormer NBA superstar, Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing has put his home court in Cresskill, N.J., up for sale at $6.998 million, according to LA Times.

Ewing’s home, built in 2000, stands on about two acres in Tamcrest Estates, has a motor court with two gated entrances. The 10,524 square feet of living space includes a grand foyer with a sweeping staircase and a double-height living room that opens to an eat-in kitchen with an island/breakfast bar. A sitting room sits off the foyer.

Among amenities is an elevator, a wood-paneled office/library with herringbone wood floors and a lower level complete with a media room, gym and wet bar. There are five fireplaces in all. Seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms include a master suite with a sitting room, fireplace and large soaking tub.

Outdoors, landscaped grounds feature a covered patio, a basketball half-court and a swimming pool and spa. There’s also a three-car garage.

The house last sold in 2007 for $6.35 million, according to public records.

Ewing, 53, played 17 seasons in the NBA for the New York Knicks, Seattle Supersonics and Orlando Magic, making 11 All-Star teams. As an Olympian, the 7-foot center won gold at the 1984 and 1992 Games.

He was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2008 and currently holds the title of associate head coach for the Charlotte Hornets.

Ewing appeared in 1183 career NBA games, starting in 1122 of them. He holds career averages of 21 ppg, 9.8 rpg and 2.4 bpg in 34.3 minutes of playing time.

He averaged career high 28.6 ppg for the Knicks during thre 1989-90 NBA season, and career high in rebounds (12.1 rpg) during the 1992-93 season. The Knicks retired Ewing’s No. 33 jersey in 2003.



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