Former Utah Jazz player Joe Ingles wants to pass his home off to a new owner. It’s available for $3.5 million.
Now that he’s been traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, the forward no longer needs a Salt Lake City crib.
Ingles picked up the trophy home in 2020 for an undisclosed amount. Prior to his purchase, the property was listed for $1,699,000.
For the new owner, the home will surely be a big score.
The 6,040-square-foot mansion boasts a custom Utah Jazz sport court out back. It’s an ideal spot for working on your shot in the off-season.
Built in 1986, the Cape Cod-style, two-story residence has had a few updates over the decades.
The spacious spread offers six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in a bright and light layout with casual and formal entertaining spaces.
A white kitchen with a center island opens to a family room with a fireplace and French doors.
The floor plan features a step-down living room, formal dining room, and formal entrance with a vaulted ceiling and chandelier.
The primary suite comes with a private office, luxe bath, and walk-in closet.
The lower level is equipped with a second kitchen, lounge area, and access to a private patio.
The half-acre grounds include a pergola-covered patio, manicured lawn, and garden beds.
The home is located in the St. Mary’s neighborhood, which is just 20 minutes to Vivint Arena, home of the Utah Jazz.
Now 34, the Australian national played with the Utah Jazz for eight seasons and set a franchise record for most three-pointers. He joined the NBA at the age of 27 after starring in Australia’s National Basketball League for three seasons and spending five seasons in Europe.
In July, Ingles signed a one-year, $6.5 million contract with the Bucks.
Thomas Wright with Summit Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.