Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon has passed his Fishers, IN, home to a new owner for $955,000.
Brogdon purchased the place, which is located about a half-hour outside of Indianapolis, in August 2019 for $960,000—shortly after being traded from the Milwaukee Bucks to the Pacers.
But while the NBA was paused due to the coronavirus pandemic last spring, Brogdon had a change of heart.
He listed the home in May 2020 for $1,050,000. In July he reduced the price to $998,500. The mansion was finally sold in October 2020 for $955,000. So while Brogdon didn’t dribble away with a profit, he did manage to break even.
Built in 2015, the elegant estate is a slam dunk for the buyer.
The 7,164-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Set on a half-acre on the third green of Hawthorn’s Golf Course, the property is part of the popular Hamilton Proper neighborhood.
The grand foyer features wood floors and modern touches, including custom woodwork. A two-story great room is marked by a dramatic floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.
The upscale kitchen is equipped with double ovens, custom cabinetry, and a large island. The kitchen opens to a breakfast nook and a family area with fireplace.
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Thee master suite comes with a seating area with fireplace, and the en suite bathroom features double vanities, a walk-in shower, and separate soaking tub.
The lower level includes a full bar, media room, and exercise room. A four-car garage completes the spread.
The resort-style community includes private golf, tennis courts, a pool, as well as a country club. It’s about a 20-mile jaunt to Indianapolis with its many restaurants and shops, as well as Bankers Life Fieldhouse—where the Pacers call home.
The Atlanta native maintains a mansion in that city’s popular Buckhead neighborhood, home to many prominent athletes and businesspeople.
He purchased the upscale abode in 2019 for $2.35 million. The contemporary five-bedroom home sits on a 1.8-acre lot complete with fire pit and putting green.
Brogdon, 28, played college ball with the Virginia Cavaliers and earned All-American honors. After graduating with bachelor’s and master’s degrees, he was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2016 NBA draft, and was named NBA Rookie of the Year for the 2016–17 season. In 2019, he signed a four-year, $85 million guaranteed contract with the Pacers in a sign-and-trade deal with the Bucks.
Brogdon’s Indiana listing was represented by Brian Sanders with Century 21 Scheetz. The buyer was represented by Michelle Griffith with Red Dog Realty.
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