Former NBA All-Star Wally Szczerbiak Lists Historic Long Island Mansion

Wally Szczerbiak

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After a solid 12-year career in the NBA, current CBS basketball analyst Wally Szczerbiakwon’t require a hoopto pull off one of his biggest slam-dunks ever.

The former ballerhas listed his5.44-acre propertyin the historic Cold Spring Harbor area of Long Island for $13.8 million. He purchased the stunning home for $4.35 million in 2000, when he was pickedin the first round of the NBA Draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves. Talk about a prudent rookie investment!

Built in 1910, the mansion was purchased in1933 byJ.P. Morganas a wedding gift for his daughter. The Colonial-style mansion is surrounded by other multimillion-dollar estates on the southern tip of Oyster Bay.

The list of features and amenities inside the four-story, eight-bedroom mansion is long. There’s aconservatory, live-in kitchen, study, man loft, bar, and home theater.A saltwater pool and aprivate dock are just two of the many outdoor features.

According to the listing agent, the mansion is in pristine condition and comes with beach and docking rights.

Exterior
Front exterior

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Home theater
Home theater

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Szczerbiak played 12seasons for four teams in the NBA-Minnesota, Boston, Seattle, and Cleveland.

Known as a perimeter shooter, Szczerbiak averaged 14 points per game in his career. He made the All-Rookie Team in 2000 and his lone All-Star squad two seasons later.

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