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NBA great Scottie Pippen sweetens the deal for his Florida estate

Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen has dropped the price of his mansion on the water in Fort Lauderdale to $10.9 million. The price is $12.5 million if he throws in the yacht.
Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen has dropped the price of his mansion on the water in Fort Lauderdale to $10.9 million. The price is $12.5 million if he throws in the yacht.
(Steve Keith and Mark Klatman | Inset: Getty Images)

Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen is taking another pass at selling his mansion on the water in Fort Lauderdale, reducing the asking price to $10.9 million. But if you’d like to buy his 55-foot Van Dutch yacht along with the place, the price is $12.5 million.

The estate of the six-time NBA champion has nearly 13,500 square feet of living space. Built in 2004, the Italianate house features a three-story foyer, a temperature-controlled wine room, a home theater, six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two powder rooms. There’s a fitness room of course. An expansive terrace overlooks the 215 feet of waterfront.

Called Villa Del Lago, the nearly three-quarter-acre property is designed for resort living with patios, an outdoor kitchen and a pool area that includes a spa, waterfalls, a water fountain play area and a giant water slide. Did we mention the waterfront basketball court and putting green?

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Pippen, 51, played small forward, making seven All-Star teams and eight All-Defensive First Teams over 17 seasons. He and Larsa Pippen, who was on the reality show “The Real Housewives of Miami” for a season in 2011, are in the process of a divorce.

The property first came on the market two years ago at $11.8 million.

Gilles Rais of Coldwell Banker is the listing agent.

lauren.beale2@latimes.com

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