Forget Curt Schilling’s estate sale. Kevin Garnett is selling his whole house.
The Buttricks Hill Road mansion Garnett called home while helping lead the Boston Celtics to their 17th NBA championship has hit the market as KG prepares to hit the hardwood with his new team, the New Jersey Nets.
With 11,000 square feet and 12-plus acres, the waterfront Contemporary estate in Concord features custom finishes, a wine cellar, media room, gym and tall ceilings befitting of a 7-foot NBA champion. It's listed for $4.85 million, which the Globe notes is $225,000 more than the Garnetts paid for the property in 2007.
According to the Associated Press, the Machado and Silvetti Associates-designed estate “has been highlighted in Metropolitan Home and Architectural Record and received an excellence citation from the Boston Society of Architects.”
In a statement, Garnett and his wife, Brandi, said they “will always treasure the experiences and memories” they had in the home, the AP reported.
Here in Concord, many residents will remember the excitement when Garnett chose Concord as his Boston-area home after joining the Celtics before the 2007-2008 season.
There were a handful of KG sightings at the start. Later, there was also a stretch when a neighbor was calling the cops about a car with out-of-town plates – which just so happened to belong to then-Celitcs point guard Sam Cassell, who was staying with Garnett, a teammate in Boston who he’d played alongside previously while with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Address: 75 Buttricks Hill Drive, Concord
Single Family: 11,000 sq ft
Lot: 12.7 acres
Year Built: 1993
Listing Site: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage