Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyle Korver shoots for a sale in his former city
After being traded from the Atlanta Hawks to the Cleveland Cavaliers last season, three-point shooter Kyle Korver is ready to take a shot selling his Georgia home.
The five-bedroom Craftsman in Atlanta’s Ansley Park neighborhood is on the market for $2.095 million.
A brick path leads to a pillared-lined porch outside the entrance of the 2009-built estate. Through the front door, coffered ceilings hang over hardwood floors in the open floor plan.
Chandeliers hang over the dining room and breakfast nook, while the adjacent kitchen features granite countertops under white cabinetry. The family room, equipped with a fireplace, opens up to a slate terrace, and a media room completes the living space.
Upstairs, the highlight of the master suite, and perhaps the entire home, is the bathroom, where a free-standing bath is set into an arched nook. The space also features dual sinks and a tiled walk-in shower.
A set of stairs from a wooden patio leads down to the private backyard, consisting of a spacious lawn and landscaping.
The property previously changed hands in 2013 for $1.65 million, according to public records.
Rich Richardson of Keller Williams Realty holds the listing.
After entering the league in 2003, Korver, 36, has climbed to sixth on the all-time three-point shooting list, sinking 2,049 shots from behind the arc. He became an NBA All-Star for the first time in 2015.