NBA guard Matthew Dellavedova has listed his Milwaukee-area home for $2.1 million.
Dellavedova, who recently signed with the Sacramento Kings, picked up the lakefront home in 2016 for $1,360,000 during his stint with the Milwaukee Bucks. He held on to it when he joined the Cleveland Cavaliers and returned to his native Australia for a season in the National Basketball League.
With Dellavedova everywhere but Wisconsin, his home in the Milwaukee suburb of Shorewood was available for lease, most recently for $10,000 a month. Now that he’s back in the U.S. for a stretch, Dellavedova is ready to sell this Midwest home.
Built in1934 and fully renovated, the six-bedroom stone Tudor comes with lake frontage with “beautiful beach and views from nearly every room,” according to the listing.
The 4,252-square-foot layout is highlighted by a formal living room with a wood-burning fireplace.
The formal dining room flows to the eat-in chef’s kitchen, which is equipped with two dishwashers, a butcher block island, and flooring with radiant heat.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a den with a sliding glass door to the back patio.
The primary suite boasts a walk-in closet, heated marble flooring, and a double vanity.
Other perks include a basement sauna and rec room.
The half-acre grounds include a patio and grassy lawn. It made a memorable backdrop for the player’s wedding day, which he noted on Instagram.
Now 31, the Aussie got his start in the U.S. playing ball at Saint Mary’s College in California. He’s played in nine NBA seasons and was a key member of the 2016 NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers. Dellavedova is also a key part of the Australian Men’s National Team and helped lead the squad to a bronze medal at the 2020 Olympics.
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