Listing agent John Fitzpatrick of The Kentwood Co. in the Tech Center speculated that the athlete may be selling to get a little closer to town. His family situation has changed since he bought the home in 2007 from Qwest exec Stephen Jacobsen, who had the estate custom built in 2002. It looks Anthony will be set to take a big loss even if he gets list price. He paid $12 million but is only asking $9.5 million for the six-acre property in the Polo Ridge Estates gated community. The property has a 21,000-plus- square-foot main house, a 5,500-square-foot barn and paddock, and a 1,600-square- foot guest house. The main home has eight bedrooms, a wine cellar, recording studio, home theater, gym and a pool.
Gallery: Carmelo Anthony in Denver
[via Huffington Post]