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NBA Legend ‘Rip’ Hamilton puts his $8.9m Florida Mansion up for sale

Richard Hamilton also known as ‘Rip’ Hamilton is a retired NBA player who has recently put up his Florida water front mansion for sale for $8.9 million dollars.

Richard who is best known for his time at the Detroit Pistons where he won the NBA championship. The 42 years old is a 3 times NBA all star and has one ring along with numerous college level awards in his impressive resume. He also led the Pistons to their best regular season record.

Rip was a first round pick and played for the Washington Wizards for the first three years before being traded to the Pistons and then to the Chicago Bulls. He bought the mansion in 2014 which is the same year where he faced a career ending injury.

Sea Ranches, Florida
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Richard Hamilton’s house
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The mega mansion has 10,359 square foot area and overlooks a 171 feet waterfront. The 8 bed room, 11 bath room house is equipped with all kinds of modern amenities like a walk-in closet, a theater, an indoor sports area, a gym, guest suites, an infinity edge pool, a bar as well as a gourmet kitchen.

Outdoor kitchen
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Outdoor Pool area
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The Master bed room (One of the 8 bed rooms in the house)
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The Gourmet Kitchen
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Living Area
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Indoor Bar and games room
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Gym
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Indoor sports area
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The NBA legend is selling the luxury house for a whopping 8.9 million dollars which is almost double the amount for which he bought the place back in 2014. The main feature of the house which every basketball fan would love is an outdoor basketball court sporting the logos of the Detroit Pistons and UConn Huskies (teams for which he has played).

Pistons fans who are very passionate about the sport would be very happy seeing one of their legends representing their colors. Rip was an integral part of the championship team therefore the Pistons retired his number 32 jersey. Florida has a great weather which is suited for outdoor sports like basketball.

Outdoor basketball court with the Huskies logo
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Outdoor basketball court with the Pistons logo
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The net worth of Rip is around 50 million dollars most of which he has earned using his impressive basketball career. Richard was a bucket getter with an average of 17.1 points per game and looks like he is making the big shots in the real estate market too. Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC which has approximately 3000 offices in 49 countries currently holds the listing for the property.

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