Kevin Garnett still trying to sell Boston mansion; reduces price (photos)

NBA-Player-Homes-11-628x415Six months after being traded from the Boston Celtics to the Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Garnett and wife, aren’t having much luck in selling their Boston mansion.

The veteran NBA forward has lowered the price on his home in Concord, Mass. Garnett was originally up for grabs for an asking price  $4.85 million for the modern mansion designed by Machado and Silvetti Associates. The home now lists for $4.2 million, a price chop of $650,000 — $425,000 less than what Garnett and his wife, Brandi, paid for the home back in 2007.

The 11,000 square foot home was built in 1993,  sits on 12-plus wooded acres on Howe’s Pond, offering the perfect refuge for one of basketball’s biggest stars, who became a Boston sports icon. It has five bedrooms and  seven bathrooms.

Garnett, 37, was traded to Brooklyn in a deal which included Paul Pierce and Jason Terry were shipped to the Nets while Gerald Wallace and a host of spare parts went to the Celtics. Through nine games this season, Garnett is averaging 6.9 ppg and 7.8 rpg in 22.9 minutes per contest.

Click below to check out photos of the Garnett’s former cozy secluded manson.



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