Jason Kidd asking $8 million for Hamptons home

TRD New York /
Oct.October 25, 2014 01:00 PM

The former NBA star and now rookie coach Jason Kidd has put his two-acre home in the Hamptons on the market for $8 million.

The 7,800-square-foot mansion has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool, tennis court, putting green and, not surprisingly, a basketball court. The home even a “man cave” on the basement level where Kidd kept all of his sporting treasures.

The gated Water Mill compound also comes complete with all of its furnishings. Corcoran Group is listing the home.

“He loves it very much but it seems as though the distance is just too far to travel [from Milwaukee,]” listing broker Matthew Breitenbach of the Corcoran Group told the Daily News.

Kidd and his wife originally bought the home in 2012 for $5 million, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the listing. He is selling the home to be closer to his new coaching position in Milwaukee. [NYDN] —TRD

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