Just in time for summer in the Hamptons, retired Nets star Jason Kidd has sold his sprawling mansion at 100 Flying Point Road in Water Mill, fetching an impressive $7.1 million, reports the Post. He bought the then-brand-new, four-building luxury compound in 2012 for $5 million, originally listed it through Corcoran in October 2014 for nearly $8 million, but re-listed it with Douglas Elliman this past January for $1 million less. The home came fully furnished and offered the best of Hamptons living.
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.
Live like a former Nets coach—at least while Jason Kidd is in Milwaukee coaching the Bucks. Kidd’s departure comes after some dicey events involving politicking and power grabbing after just a year on the job. But rather than dumping his Aldyn pad completely in spite, Kidd has decided to rent it out for $20,000 a month. With some serious off the hook amenities, it’s no wonder why this recognized NBA All-Star purchased the Upper West Side apartment in the first place.