Ex-Bull Re-lists Northfield Home

February 07, 2010

Charlotte Bobcats and former Chicago Bulls center Tyson Chandler has put his Northfield mansion back on the market.

Chandler joined the Bulls in 2001 and bought the 20-room home in 2006, just weeks before being traded to the New Orleans Hornets. He tried to sell the mansion in 2007 for $4.9 million, then later cut his asking price to $4.5 million, then $4.3 million and then $3.75 million before taking it off the market in May 2009.

It was re-listed on January 15 at the substantially lower asking price.

The brick-and-limestone mansion, which contains approximately 11,000 square feet of living space, was custom-built in 2004 on just under an acre of land and includes six bedrooms, six full baths, two half baths, a two-story great room, three fireplaces, a wine cellar, a home theater, an exercise room, a sauna, a steam room, a four-car garage and a first-floor master suite with an onyx bath.

Chandler currently resides in Charlotte, N.C. with his wife and two children.

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