Buy Larry Hughes' House in Bratenahl, a Bargain at $2.1 Million

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Larry Hughes arrived in Cleveland for the 2004-2005 season and made his exit on February 22, 2008 in a trade to the Bulls. He's been gone for over a year, but apparently his house is still up for sale in Bratenahl for the price of $2.1 million, a bargain in this economic climate.


Some highlights:

An English inspire [sic] designed brick and stucco colonial sports a formal European feeling. Located in the prime Hanna Estates of Newport, this home is designed to accommodate a family and a carefree entertainment lifestyle. Walk to Lake Erie, yacht basin or private club for social evenings along the water’s edge. Just minutes to downtown Cleveland for fine dining or professional sports.

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•Full, finished carpeted lower level
•Warm, rec room, 17 x 16, has brick gas-fired fireplace and corner built-in entertainment center with big screen TV
•Billiards room, 20 x 20, has built-in cue stick rack, opens to gaming table and wetbar with wine cooler, refrigerator, ice maker, dishwasher and seating at counter for three guests
•Mirrored fitness room, 33 x 13
•Large marble steam and sauna room
•Full bath with shower
•Carpeted bedroom with walk-in closet
•Whimsical theater with stage, projection screen, side alcove seating areas, tiered seating of plus leather recliners and surround sound
•Barbershop equipped with professional hairdressing chair, sink and dryer

Go ahead folks, make your best offer.

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