Mavericks point guard Deron Williams slashed the ask on his trophy pad at 35 North Moore Street by 7.5 percent or $2.5 million from last July’s original listing price of $33.5 million, reports The Real Deal. The listing broker for the 7,200 square-foot Merchants House condo says that Williams is “ready to move” on a sale opportunity since his move to the Dallas team. Williams has been renting out the apartment for the past six months.
The six-bedroom condo, which Williams purchased for $15.8 million in 2013, has 3,000 additional square feet of outdoor space, private elevator access, a floating staircase and a climate-controlled wine room. The basketball star completely renovated and customized the home after moving in two years ago. The space was previously two separate units, so the combination lent itself to a quite a sprawl. The north wing features a grand great room with two sitting areas and two dining tables.
The restaurant-grade kitchen has a massive marble island that can seat ten people (with standing-room-only for many more). Upstairs is the master suite, two guest bedrooms (in addition to the two bedrooms on the first floor), and a laundry room.
The serene (hotel-rooftop-sized) Japanese garden terrace was designed by Shin Abe.
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