Former NBA point guard and now Milwaukee Bucks head coach, Scott Skiles is selling his house in Mequon, WI for $1.475M, according to Realtor.com.
Skiles beautiful brick and stone Tudor house was built in 1997 and is 4,732 sq-ft with 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces and sits on nearly 3/4 of an acre. The home consists of 3 floors and includes top notch amenities such as granite and marble finishes, limestone, slate, leaded glass windows, and cherry wood flooring. It also includes a game room, media room, full wet bar, a pair of patios that over look the incredibly manicured yard, and it backs up to the Mequon Nature Preserve. The private Master Suite comes with a spa style bathroom, 3 walk in closets, and a private gym.
Skiles 10 year career in the NBA began in 1986 with the Milwaukee Bucks (1986–87). He then went on to play with the Indiana Pacers (1987–89), Orlando Magic (1989–94), Washington Bullets (1994–95), and Philadelphia 76ers (1995–96). Skiles then went on to a career as an NBA coach; 1st as an assistant coach with the Phoenix Suns, and later as the Suns head coach from 1999-2002. He then went on to be the head coach for the Chicago Bulls from (2003-2007), and then back to his Milwaukee Bucks in 2008.
Listed by Erna Russert of Realty Executives – Integrity.
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