Former NBA Star Damon Stoudamire Is Selling Portland Mansion

Damon Stoudamire

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Retired NBA star Damon Stoudamire is selling his massive home in West Linn, OR. The Portland-born point guard played in the league for 13 seasons for four teams, most notably his hometown team—the Trail Blazers.

Listed for $1,375,000, the 7,795-square-foot home sits on almost 2 acres of land. The style is traditional with touches of Mediterranean flair in the archways, columns, and spiral staircase. The five-bedroom home has a large chef’s kitchen and lots of living space.

The massive master suite has a built-in TV nook, fireplace divider, and separate lounge area. The master bath has a soaking tub, tray ceiling, and block glass–enclosed walk-in shower. Both areas have large windows that overlook the tree-lined property.

Circular driveway and front entry

Stoudamire spread

Outside, there’s even more space to entertain and kick back, including a large patio, an in-ground pool, and a tennis court. And while we didn’t spot a basketball court, there’s certainly room to add one.

The massive master suite

The master suite

Stoudamire, the 1996 NBA Rookie of the Year, recently spent a couple of seasons as assistant coach at his alma mater in Arizona, but now he’s headed to an assistant gig at the University of Memphis.

Outdoor party space

Outdoor party space

About - Tom Ramsey, local Realtor

Local Portland Realtor with 10 years experience specializing in residential sales and investment property. Tom Ramsey Oregon Real Estate Principal Broker John L Scott Real Estate Phone: 503-481-0501
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