Rip Hamilton Selling Huge Maryland Mansion For $3.75 Million [PHOTOS]

Johnny Buck Hunter: Manziel Bagged This One During Bye WeekJohnny Buck Hunter: Manziel Bagged This One During Bye Week
Miami Players Practiced Topless Before Friday's Game At PittMiami Players Practiced Topless Before Friday's Game At Pitt

Rip Hamilton Home LEAD


Rip Hamilton hasn’t officially retired, but no NBA team has been willing to add the former all-star forward since he was waived by the Chicago Bulls this past summer. That’s a tough fate for a guy who averaged 17.1 points, 3.4 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game during his career.

Many fans forget that Hamilton was originally drafted by Washington in 1999. He has owned a massive mansion on the Chesapeake Bay in Edgewater, Md. (about an hour from D.C.) since 2005, but he’s now selling the property for $3.75 million.

The sale is likely no reflection on Hamilton’s current unemployed status. He has made more than $109 million during his 14-year NBA career.

If you can put up the $3.75 million asking price, you’ll get the following features:

• Gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar
• Living room with wet bar and billiards nook
• Balconies off each suite
• Private pier with a slip for a 65-foot yacht

What you don’t get is Hamilton’s trademark mask, but we know where you can get one.

Highlights of Rip Hamilton’s Edgewater, Md. House:

• 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and 1 half-bath

• 9,261-square-feet

• 18 miles to Fantasies Nightclub

• 2.0 miles from Whole Foods

[NBA Vet Rip Hamilton Selling Legit Waterfront Mansion — Realtor]

The Backyard: Best Of The Web

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 324 other followers