Los Angeles Clippers center Marcin Gortat hopes to score a buyer for his winning home in Arlington, VA. The home is now listed for $1.9 million, and the big man bought the place in 2014 for $1.57 million, shortly after joining the Washington Wizards.
This summer, the Polish-born pivot man was traded to the Clippers and no longer needs a home in the DC suburbs. If the 34-year-old manages to slam home a deal at the current asking price, he’ll fast break away with a modest profit.
The layout includes a cozy living room with a fireplace and large windows, a formal dining room, a family room, and kitchen. The cooking area features stainless steel appliances and a six-burner range as well as an island.
In addition, there’s an office, spacious bedrooms, and a media room with a bar. Outside features a large patio perfect for a dining table and barbecue. The two-car garage hints at the owner’s former allegiance, with a Wizards logo on the floor.
Gortat launched his NBA career with the Orlando Magic in 2007. He signed a five-year, $60 million contract with the Washington Wizards in 2014, but was traded from the nation’s capital to sunny Los Angeles for the final year of the contract. He’s expressed a desire to retire when his deal expires after the current season. Given the sale of his Arlington home—we do know he won’t be returning to Washington.
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