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NBA analyst Mark Jackson drops price of Calabasas mansion a fourth time

Mark Jackson’s half-acre property in Calabasas features a movie theater, recording studio, gym, swimming pool and spa.
Mark Jackson’s half-acre property in Calabasas features a movie theater, recording studio, gym, swimming pool and spa.
(Realtor.com)

So far, Mark Jackson’s Calabasas home sale has not fared as well as his basketball career. The NBA player-turned-coach-turned-analyst has been trying to sell the Mediterranean mansion for over a decade now; this time around, it’s listed at $4.375 million.

Jackson will likely take a loss on the property after paying $4.7 million for it in 2007. He floated it for sale just a year later for $4.995 million, and the home has seen three relists and four price cuts in the years since.

There’s plenty to offer within the 10,000-square-foot mansion, which sits on half an acre in guard-gated Mountain View Estates. Indoor amenities include a movie theater, recording studio, billiards room and gym. Outdoors, the backyard includes a palm-topped swimming pool and spa.

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Splashes of marble, stone and hardwood adorn the dramatic living spaces. A grand foyer with a sweeping staircase kicks things off, leading into a two-story great room with walls of windows on opposite sides.

The main level also holds a granite kitchen, formal dining room and rounded breakfast nook. In the family room, wavy columns frame a corner fireplace.

Most of the four bedrooms and eight bathrooms are found upstairs, including the master suite, where a spa tub takes in mountain views through a curved wall of glass. A second-story deck spans the home’s backside.

Dee Crawford of Keller Williams Realty, Beverly Hills, holds the listing with Marc Shevin of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.

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Jackson spent 17 years as a point guard in the NBA and currently ranks fourth all-time in assists, with 10,334. Following his playing days, Jackson spent three seasons as head coach of the Golden State Warriors. He currently serves as an analyst for ESPN.


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