October 29, 2019

Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour

San Antonio Spurs star – and one of the NBA's most fashionable forwards – Rudy Gay recently listed his 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath Florida mansion for $3,475,000, after signing another contract with the Alamo City's pride and joy.

Built in 2004, calling this house "elegant" would be an understatement. Custom details and finishes fill the interior, while vast, oversized spaces provide lots of room for parties. The basketball court is branded with the University of Connecticut's logo, Gay's alma mater. But arguably the best part of this crib is Gay's giant shoe closet.

The 8,000-square-foot home sits on a 2.35-acre lot, about 15 minutes from Ft. Lauderdale. Two wood-burning fireplaces and a heated swimming pool round out the list of amenities, but you just have to see it to believe it.

The home is listed by David Carrion of COMPASS.

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Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour