Celebrity Cribs: Feeling Nosy? Look Around Baller Jason Terry’s $2.4 Million Mansion [Video]

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Jason Terry Puts $2.4 Million Washington Home On The Market

Money can’t be taste…

Via Realtor

NBA guard Jason “Jet” Terry tried before to fly away from his mansion on Mercer Island, WA, but he never managed to leave the runway.

Stuck in a holding pattern, the Houston Rockets’ star guard has teamed up with listing agent Andrea Zambrano and is looking for liftoff. The property is back on the market for $2.4 million. According to property records, Terry bought the house 11 years ago for $2.36 million, which means that after taxes and fees, he may barely break even or perhaps lose a bit of money on the sale.

The Houston Chronicle said Terry’s house is priced higher than the $1,695,000 median price for the area. But that may not matter: The Puget Sound Business Journal reports that the Seattle housing market is hot and “high price tags aren’t scaring buyers away,” so he could find a buyer this time down the court.

Maybe Terry is having trouble finding a buyer because the home is “weird,” according to Busted Coverage and Yardbarker. The three-story turret-style structure attached to another three-story column-covered facade is a mix of two distinct designs.

Yardbarker does point out that the interior is “really, really nice,” and it seems as if nothing much has changed inside since we reported on the mansion in 2013. The two-story foyer offers a dramatic entrance to the house, but you don’t have to take the stairs—there’s an elevator that reaches all three floors.

Each of the six bedrooms in the 6,600-square-foot house has its own bathroom. The main master suite is on the top level, while a second master suite is on the lower level, There’s also a theater, three fireplaces, a wine cellar, and a lot that’s almost 3 acres.

Flip the page to see more pics of how Jason was living.

Images via Realtor

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