On His Way Out of Denver, NBA All-Star Paul Millsap Selling Colorado Mansion

On His Way Out of Denver, NBA All-Star Paul Millsap Selling Colorado Mansion

He picked up the property in 2017 for $3.75 million, when he signed a three-year, $90 million contract with the Denver Nuggets.

In 2020, the forward re-upped with Nuggets on a one-year, $10 million deal. Now, the free agent is weighing his options as he bids farewell to the Mile High City. If he gets close to his asking price, he’ll also be a winner off the court.

Built in 2000, the nine-bedroom, eight-bathroom abode spans a generous 14,440 square feet. Located on a cul-de-sac, the 2.2-acre property features two three-car garages with storage, a play area, and landscaping. The professional baller’s home offers not one, but two places for hoops. Made for hosting a crowd, the home has oodles of space for entertaining guests.

The large layout features an office with a fireplace with deck access, a formal living room, and a great room that also opens to the deck. The adjacent kitchen features a neutral palette, bar seating, and a breakfast nook. A butler’s pantry leads to the formal dining room with a fireplace and a courtyard.

The pad boasts luxe amenities galore, including a game room with wet bar, plus a home theater. Elegant architectural details include floor-to-ceiling windows, stone-clad columns, and vaulted and beamed ceilings.

The master bedroom is quite the retreat, with a fireplace and en suite bathroom with an oversized tub and a separate shower.

Finally, the back wing comes with a flexible space that could be used as a large area for play, school, crafts, or a game room.

On the lower level is a rec room, library, a guest suite, and four additional bedrooms. Other upscale features include a personal gym and an indoor basketball half-court. A second basketball court can be found outside. Let the games begin!

Located outside Denver in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the country, the place could be perfect for a Nuggets superfan, or perhaps for a fellow pro athlete in search of a suburban spread.

Millsap, 36, spent his childhood in Denver before moving to Louisiana for high school. He then played college ball for Louisiana Tech before being selected by the Utah Jazz in the 2006 NBA draft. The four-time All-Star played for the Jazz until 2013, flew to the Atlanta Hawks , and then joined the Nuggets.

Bobbi Boldon with Re/Max Professionals holds the listing.
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