Syracuse legend and NBA retiree Sherman Douglas has had some serious trouble selling his Potomac, Maryland mansion. First listed in 2011, Douglas now wants $2,850,000 for the five bed, nine bath house on two acres. Sherm, who made $23,829,250 during his NBA career, has lived here since 2002.
Center Hall, Grand Dining Room, Gourmet Kitchen, Paneled Library and Master Bdrm suite on the Main Level. Three en suite bedrooms on Upper Level. Spacious Lower Level walks out to pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, 4car garage fenced w/electric gate
You’re not an idiot. The place is much nicer than the apartment you share with three bros.
Highlights of Sherman’s Shack:
• Mona Lisa print
• Entire property looks fenced to keep out autograph seekers
• Move-in ready