Retired NBA star Jason Kidd is getting ready to start his new gig as the head coach for the Milwaukee Bucks and he’s just listed his Hamptons home in Water Mill, N. Y. for $7.995 million. Located at 100 Flying Point Road, the four building luxury compound is just one mile from the beaches of South Hampton and Watermill. While he’s keeping his Brooklyn apartment known for its off the hook amenities (and currently available for rent), the Hamptons home is up for permanent grabs.
This larger than life transitional-style mansion was built in 2012, has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and is approximately 7,800-square-feet; the whole property occupies almost two acres.
The offer enclosed within the gated compound include a pool house with flat screen TV, built in BBQ grill, full bathroom and outdoor shower, heated pool with a hot tub spa, tennis pavilion and lounge area, tennis court, basketball court, and custom designed putting green.
The first floor features a grand entry foyer, formal living room with fireplace and an elegant dining room furnished with a beautiful dark wood dining room table.
Gorgeous french doors line the first floor exterior all which lead out to picturesque covered porches.
Also located on the first floor is a gourmet chef’s kitchen with marble island, breakfast area, butlers pantry and additional sub-zero refrigerator and kitchenette.
The spacious master suite is situated on the second floor and includes a sitting room with fireplace and decorative built-in cabinets. The room is stacked with vaulted ceilings, two balconies, and a master bathroom with his and her sinks, a jacuzzi tub, walk in closets, and a large shower. The second floor also has three elegantly decorated guest bedrooms.
The lower level is home to Kidd’s former “man cave,” where he kept is collection of sports memorabilia. The home is being sold ready-to-go with furnishings included, and according to listing agent Matt Breitenbach of Corcoran Group Real Estate, “You could basically show up with your toothbrush and sleep there”. According to public records, Mr. Kidd originally purchased the home in 2012 through a trust for $5 million.
Good luck Mr. Kidd, we hope that your new home in Milwaukee can measure up!
Photos courtesy of Corcoran