Denver basketball legend Chauncey Billups must be tired of his 9,206 sq. ft. suburban mansion because the 17-year NBA vet has listed his home for an even $3,000,000. Billups, a free agent who is dabbling with the Cavs, spent last year in Detroit where he only played in 19 games. He hasn’t played for the Nuggets since 2010-11. Now Billups, who has made $107,227,720 in the NBA, is parting with the six bedroom, 9 bathroom house on a half-acre.
According to his realtor:
Located on the Buell Lake within the gated community of The Buell Mansion neighborhood. This home features exquisite architectural detail with the finest of finishes on one of the most desired lots in Cherry Hills just minutes from Downtown Denver, Cherry Creek, DTC and Cherry Hills Country Club. Great thought and care were taken to create a home of uncommon elegance and refinement. Granite countertops, natural stone, hardwood flooring, coffered ceilings and beautiful art niches throughout, custom build in cabinets on every level, wrought iron spiral stairs cases and more. The appliances package includes 3 Sub Zero refrigerators, 2 ice makers, 3 dishwashers, 4 refreshment drawers, stand alone Viking range/stove and the list goes on and on.
Did someone say three refrigerators? Brilliant selling point. One for the wife. One for the kids. One for the rich guy who pays the mortgage. This is a perfect scenario for rich people who can’t get by without extra fridge space. Love it.
Other Highlights of Chauncey’s Pad:
• 4-car garage
• Uh, take a look at the theater, please