Updated Sep 25, 2012 - 11:23 am
Former Phoenix Suns player Jason Kidd selling Paradise Valley home
Have you ever wanted to live in a home that used to be owned by a former Phoenix Sun?
According to the Phoenix Business Journal, for the paltry price of $6 million, you can.
Former Phoenix Suns point guard Jason Kidd, now with the New York Knicks, is looking to move his 13,000-square-foot Spanish-style mansion.
"They've moved on Ö and he's looking to sell, and he's being prudent about the marketplace," said [Catherine] Jacobson, who works for Walt Danley Realty in Paradise Valley.
The home has hardwood floors throughout and a master suite with two bathrooms, three fireplaces and a seating area. The home also boasts an 18-seat movie theater and a seven-car garage.
The six-bedroom home sits on 1.8 acres and has a guesthouse, caretaker house and an outdoor bathhouse along with a pool.