Found July 25, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

Gilbert, Gilbert, Gilbert. Where to begin. Back in 2008 he was wrapping up the prime of his career, and the Wizards were actually a decent team. Arenas probably got on his high horse, started dropping millions into this place and before he knew it, it was 2012 and he was struggling to find an NBA team. That’s right about the time these morons realize that million dollar pool might not have been the best “investment”. At only $3.5 million, this beauty could be yours!

His realtor describes the property as follows:

Truly unique – One of a kind! Expansive grand home sited on an exquisite gated lot. Soaring ceilings, gleaming cherry floors, CUSTOM details throughout, grand entertaining spaces and comfortable family living space, true CHEF’S kitchen w/large breakfast room overlooks the HUGE in-ground pool and Grotto, your own fantasy playground!!

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Highlights of Gilbert Arenas’ Virginia Mansion/Grotto

Asking: $3.5 million

Mortgage: $12,421 per month before taxes, grotto maintenance and chef service. Probably closer to $15,000.

[Buy Gilbert Arenas' House - Zillow]

[via Deadspin]


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