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NBA star Paul Pierce seeks $3.4M for a home he bought for his mother

She has a new place in Cheviot Hills

LA Clippers forward Paul Pierce is selling a Cheviot Hills home long-occupied by his mother.

As the LA Times reports, the NBA veteran and Inglewood High School grad purchased the home in heartwarming fashion soon after signing his first contract extension with the Boston Celtics.

His mother lived in the home for the next 16 years, according to Danny Brown of the Agency, who is representing Pierce in the sale of the home. Brown also helped the basketball player find a new home for his mother (also in Cheviot Hills).

Built in 2000, the Mediterranean-style residence opens up to a large front hall with high ceilings and a winding master staircase that leads to the 5,268-square-foot home’s second level.

Featuring six bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths, the home includes a spacious kitchen, dining room, living room, and office area. The master suite includes a whirlpool tub-equipped bathroom and an amply-sized walk-in closet. The home is situated on a 9,292-square-foot lot and opens up to a long covered patio and a grassy backyard.

Pierce, who plans to retire at the end of the season, is asking $3.395 million for the home.