TORONTO — In what could be another sign that Ben Simmons is serious about not returning to the Philadelphia area, the 76ers point guard put one of his residences up for sale and according to sources discussed the possibility of selling the other one.
His place at The Ritz-Carlton Residences of Philadelphia was listed on Sunday for $3.1 million. Sources added if he decides to sell his Moorestown home he would want to list it for $4.9 million. He paid around $2.275 million for the South Jersey home that needed some work.
Simmons purchased his place at the Ritz for $2.54 million in 2018. It has three bedrooms and 4.5 baths and is 3,079 square feet. The residence comes with two underground parking spots, access to a fitness center and pool, and valet parking.
The listing is indeed, on Zillow. Posted one day ago with an asking price of $3.1 million.
Here are a couple of photos, courtesy of Bright MLS:
Nice place! Maybe we’ll scrape together $3.1 million and put in an offer.
Here’s the website blurb:
This stunning combined CDE unit offers 3,000 plus sq feet of light-filled open space and offers stunning panoramic views of City Hall throughout. This luxurious home of unparalleled sophistication features a large chef’s kitchen with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, hardwood floors, 10’ ceilings, glass tile backsplash, and exquisite dining room with a wall to ceiling wine rack, a large family room complete with oversized custom-made couch and electronic shades throughout. The Master Wing features a large bedroom with a custom-made king bed, large mastkmlkfkf, (???) soaking tub and frameless shower plus and an expansive walk-in closet. All interior Furniture Pieces were custom designed by the talented Widell + Boschetti team. 2 Parking spots included (2 additional spots also available – inquire with Listing Agent.) Ritz Residences also enjoy access to all luxurious Ritz Hotel services and amenities such as: Valet Parking in an underground garage, Chauffeur Service, state-of-the-art Fitness Center w/ pool & yoga room, private landscaped park, Residents’ Lounge, media room & outdoor terrace. This is a Pet friendly building with on-site dog run. Private appointments available for qualified clients.
So far Ben’s hold out has cost him a little less than $400,000 in fines. Will he show up? Will he be traded? Only time will tell!