Basketball legend Chris Mullin has let go of his Empire State real estate.
The 56-year-old New York City native played for the Golden State Warriors for most of his career and later served as head coach at St. John’s, his alma mater.
Now the Hall of Famer — who lives in California, where he is an NBC Sports analyst for the Warriors — has sold his Manhasset, New York, manse for its $2.8 million asking price.
The sprawling, 5,344-square-foot at 370 Manhasset Woods Road had been on the market for a few years before Nest Seeker International’s Zachary Elliott nabbed the listing. Built in 1938, the Tudor-style home comes with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and sits on one acre.
The home has large entertaining rooms that lead to a bluestone patio overlooking a backyard.
The home features a formal living room with a fireplace, a library with another fireplace, a gourmet eat-in kitchen and a master suite with a spa-like ensuite bathroom and a balcony. There’s also a gym on the lower level.
The listing brokers are Elliott and Dylan Eckardt, of Nest Seekers International.