Former 76ers Owner Pat Croce Selling Boring Philly House For $8 Million




As any Philadelphia 76ers‘ fan will tell you, the team hasn’t been the same since team president/part-owner Pat Croce left the organization in 2001.

While the Sixers have wandered through more than a decade of mostly bad basketball, Croce has worked as an entrepreneur, opening a pirate museum in Key West, Fla., financing a number of bars and funding and working on the expedition that located the ships of Sir Francis Drake.

With his many exploits in Florida keeping him south, Croce recently put his palatial home in suburban Philadelphia on the market.

If you have $7.95 million, you can own the enormous home that comes with the following amenities:

• Game and media rooms
• Tennis court and pool
• Bar

What you probably won’t get: the sweet bubble hockey table or the Jolly Roger-embroidered bar stools. (The man often dresses as a pirate when it’s not Halloween; he’s not just going to throw those in with the house).


Highlights of Pat Croce’s Suburban Philly Home:

• 6 bedrooms, 8 baths and 3 half-baths

• 10,625-square-feet

• 2.3 miles to 7th Heaven gentlemen’s club (aka as the Conshohocken Ballet)

• 4.2 miles from Whole Foods

• 6.3 miles from Dalessandro’s cheesesteaks

[Now for Sale: Pat Croce’s Exuberantly Decorated Main Line Home — Philly Mag]

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