Former Kings guard Bobby Jackson has his Granite Bay home up for sale for $2.1 million.
That doesn’t mean the Kings fan favorite is leaving the Sacramento region. Listing agent John Elmasian of Gonsalves Real Estate said Jackson simply is interested in a new home -- perhaps one on a golf course.
Jackson, who last year was a player development coach for the Minnesota Timberwolves, retired from the NBA in 2009 but remained in the Sacramento area.
The 5,300-square-feet home on Stockhorse Lane, with six bedrooms and five bathrooms, sits on 2.4 acres. The home is fenced and gated.
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The home has been on the market for about two weeks and has drawn a “nice level of activity,” said Elmasian.
After Jackson purchased the home in 2005, he added a pool, a basketball court and a putting green. There are also many fruit trees on the property.
“Bobby is still staying in town,” said Elmasian. “He is selling it but he is probably moving to a golf course or something a little closer to the ‘after NBA lifestyle.’ He considers Sacramento the long-term, permanent home for himself.”
For an aerial view of the property go to: http://www.9049stockhorse.com/platinum-property.html