Ray Allen, the former Boston Celtic’s super-star, and now new guard for the Miami Heat, is selling his Massachusetts home for $5.2M according to Trulia. Allen and his family have lived in the home since 2007 he joined the Celtics.
Allen’s home, without question, is massive. It sits on a very private and well kept 1.44 acres and has 11,093 sq-ft with 4 stories, 9 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, a 6 car garage and 10 space carport. The lavish Wellesley mansion also includes a grand foyer with curved walls and stunning staircase, a gallery, open family room, a huge kitchen and dining area, a bonus homework or toy room for the kids, a 12 seat home theater, wood paneled library, and a gameroom.
I have been in the real estate industry since 2002, and actually starting out as an appraiser.
Before that however, I worked as a residential concrete finisher; which I started as a summer job when I was 13 and over the years worked my way to become a lead foreman.
As both a residential appraiser and concrete finisher, the housing and market experience I’ve gained has truly been an asset.
Shortly after acquiring my appraiser’s license, I went on to become a Real Estate Broker. Since then it’s been a passion of mine to help families and individuals who are buying, selling, relocating, or investing.
In 2004 I purchased my first 2 investment properties and then in 2005 I bought my first primary home. Since then I’ve had over 20+ investment properties including: rentals, lease options, fixer flips, new construction, and vacation rentals. In 2012, I had the opportunity to feature and host a home on HGTV’s “Million Dollar Rooms”.
In 2008 I married my beautiful bride on the beach in Maui. We have two amazing boys and a little girl who’s our princess!
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