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After signing a long-term deal with the Washington Wizards, guard John Wall decided to use some of that extension money to move out of his downtown apartment in D.C. and upgrade to a nearly five million dollar mansion in Potomac.
The fine folks over at the Washington Post have the full details on Wall’s new home:
We’ve learned that he settled on an eight bedroom, 12 bath, 17,350 sq. ft. mansion just outside the Beltway and closed two weeks ago.
The two-acre estate has all the bells and whistles we’ve come to expect for A-list athletes: Six-car garage, home theater, pool, hot tub with waterfall, outdoor grill and cabana, fitness room, steam room, tennis court, putting green, volleyball court and — in case he wants to bring his work home — an indoor basketball court.
Below are a few images of Wall’s new digs:
John Wall house images courtesy of Curbed.com
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The Washington Post reported this morning that John Wall has purchased a new 8 bedroom, 12 bathroom house and then didn’t tell…
Wow. Isn’t it amazing how the other half lives? Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has bought this 17,350 sq. ft. house in Potomac, Maryland that has eight bedrooms, 12 baths, and an indoor basketball court.
Thanks to Busted Coverage for the photos. Let’s go inside, but be careful, you can get lost in here:
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