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Mo Cheeks’ contemporary Main Line home seeks $1.5M

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Yes, there’s a basketball court on the property

Courtesy of Ryan Heenan, Coldwell Banker Preferred

A Wynnewood property that was once home to former Sixers player and now assistant NBA coach Mo Cheeks has hit the market for $1.5 million, becoming available for the first time in more than two decades.

The 1.5-story contemporary property is a showstopper, built in 1952 and designed by The Elias Organization. When Cheeks, who played multiple seasons for the Sixers and later was head couch, lived here, a company called Image Design renovated and redesigned the whole property for the NBA star.

As evidenced by these bird’s-eye views, the expansive home stretches each and every way along its 2.5 acres, and features outdoor amenities like an in-ground pool and outdoor shower, a stream, and, fittingly, a basketball court. An original stone spring house that’s also on the property is serves as an extreme juxtaposition to the contemporary home.

The home clocks in at 5,371 square feet and features four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half bath. Thanks to the home’s many windows, the interiors are flooded with light.

One of the highlights of the home, however, is in the main living room, where there’s a two-sided, stone fireplace that serves as the centerpiece.

Take a full video tour of the home, on the market for $1,575,000, below.