Former Celtic superstar Kevin Garnett is cutting ties with the Boston area since his departure to the Brooklyn Nets.
Garnett, who helped the Boston Celtics win the NBA Championship in 2008, is selling his Concord home for $4.85 million, according to Coldwell Banker.
The residential brokerage agency said the home contains five bedrooms and five full bathrooms along with two partial bathrooms. It also has a wine cellar, media room and a gym.
The home sits on more than 12 acres of land with a four-car garage.
“This amazing property was our home for more than six years, and we will always treasure the experiences and memories we have of living here. We had many happy gatherings with family and friends, and we dedicated a lot of time and effort to incorporate our own personal touches to this home. We will miss Concord and our Boston friends,” the Garnetts said in a statement through Coldwell Banker.
Garnett has owned the home since 2007.
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