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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    Larry Bird, NBA legend and president of the Indiana Pacers, is selling his home in Naples, Fl., for $4.8 million. The former Boston Celtics player recently signed a multiyear contract with the Pacers. He and his wife bought the property for the home over a decade ago. The built their four-bedroom, six-bathroom home on 0.4 acres of land. The "state-of-the-art home theater" is shown.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The home has an infinity pool by Venetian Bay.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The master bedroom is shown in the 6,007-sq. ft. home.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    Larry Bird's master bathroom is shown.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The listing says the home has a gourmet kitchen.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The home features "custom detail throughout," the listing states.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The home has an "oversized four-car garage," the listing states.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The listing describes the home as followed: "An architectural masterpiece with an interior of perfection, it is immaculately maintained and boasts nearly 6,000 square feet of living area, providing a spacious environment to enjoy the Naples lifestyle."
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The dining room is pictured.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The den is shown.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    "Exceptional highlights include spectacular saltwater aquarium as the backdrop to an exciting full service bar, state-of-the-art home theater," the listing states.
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  • NBA Legend Larry Bird Sells Home

    The home has a "charming tiki hut with thatched roof and summer kitchen that provide a tropical ambiance nestled waterside overlooking the infinity-edge pool and sparkling bay."
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