Jan 14, 2022
Joe DeMartinoESPN Editor
Common Editor Joined ESPN in 2006 Massachusetts native, Northwestern graduate
Ben Simmons is attempting to place Philadelphia behind him in additional methods than one.
The previous Philadelphia 76ers guard, who was traded to the Brooklyn Nets for James Harden after a disappointing finish to his 2021 playoffs, has bought his home in Moorehead, New Jersey, to Philadelphia Phillies proper fielder Nick Castellanos. The home, a ten,500 square-foot mansion with six bedrooms and 6.5 bogs on a 1.78 acre lot, is roughly 40 minutes from Philadelphia. The home had been available on the market for six months earlier than the sale. Simmons remains to be attempting to promote a $3 million rental within the Metropolis Heart space of Philadelphia.
Based on Filth.com, Simmons purchased the home in 2019 for $2.375 million. Castellanos shall be shopping for it for $4.55 million, though Simmons made in depth renovations and additions to it throughout his time there. Renovations embody a kitchen makeover, a wine cupboard added to the eating room and a personalized recreation area within the walk-out basement. The recreation space features a theater room, pool desk, customized esports gaming space, and a bar and kitchenette.
Simmons just lately had again surgical procedure in Los Angeles to deal with ache situated in a herniated disc. He’s anticipated to wish three to 4 months of rehabilitation however will doubtless be absolutely recovered forward of the Nets’ 2022-23 coaching camp.
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