NBA veteran Paul Pierce lists Cheviot Hills home he bought for his mom
A Cheviot Hills home owned by L.A. Clippers wing Paul Pierce has come to market for $3.395 million.
Pierce, a 10-time NBA All-Star, bought the house more than a decade ago for his mother after signing his first long-term extension while a member of Boston Celtics. He’s selling because his mother has moved into a new single-story home, which Pierce also bought and remodeled for her.
The Mediterranean-inspired home, built in 2000, has nearly 5,300 square feet of living space including a two-story foyer, an office, a center-island kitchen, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. Fireplaces are found in the great room, living room and master bedroom.
Sets of French doors lead to a wide loggia that opens to the leafy backyard. Lawns, hedges and mature trees fill out the grounds.
There’s also a three-car garage.
Danny Brown of the Agency holds the listing. Brown also represented Pierce in the purchase of his mother’s new home.
Pierce, 39, won a championship in 2008 with the Boston Celtics and has also played for the Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards. He has appeared in 22 games for the Clippers this year, his second season with the team.
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2:45 p.m. This article was updated with additional details.
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