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It was only a matter of time before Ray Allen put his Boston home on the market since he was traded to the Miami Heat a few months ago. His mansion was placed on the market for $5.2 Million and is one of the nicest homes in Wellesley.
Ray Allen, who traded his Boston Celtics jersey for Miami Heat, is selling his Wellesley home for $5.2 million.
The 11,093-square-foot, 16-room Colonial on 1.5 acres was built in 2007 and features nine bedrooms, nine full baths, a panelled library, a media and game room and a six-car garage. Allen bought the secluded home in 2007 for $4.6 million. It is assessed by the town for $4.2 million.
A listing on the MLS Property Information Network described the house as "One of Wellesley's finest properties . . . four floors of luxurious living . . . foyer with curved walls and beautiful staircase leading into a gallery gives this home sophistication while having a warm and welcoming family room and kitchen/dining for everyday living . . .