A unique piece of Kobe Bryant history is up for sale.
The late Lakers legend’s childhood home — complete with its original basketball hoop — has hit the market for $899,000, according to its broker, Compass.
Bryant’s family moved into the 1950s Colonial-inspired home during his teenage years, settling down in the affluent Philadelphia suburb of Wynnewood after spending years in Italy.
When he wasn’t practicing on the metal hoop on the side driveway, the NBA superstar was laying the foundation for his career while playing for the nearby Lower Merion High School.
The property, spanning, 3,400 square feet, hasn’t been on the market since 2008, when Bryant’s dad, Joe Bryant, sold the home for $150,000, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The two-story home features five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
Bryant, 41, died earlier this year in a helicopter crash in Calabasas that also killed his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others.
Considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Bryant notched five NBA championships during his 20-year career with the Lakers.