Tristan Thompson has officially sold his lakeside Cleveland home after slashing $750,000 on the initial asking price.
First listed back in December, the NBA player was hoping to score $3.25 million for his five-bedroom, six-bathroom abode.
Instead, he sold the home on April 1 for $2.5 million, property records show. That still leaves him with a considerable profit of $600,000.
The newly signed Celtics player, 30, first bought the home – located in the upscale Bratenahl neighborhood — for $1.9 million back in 2015 while he was with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“I am in Cleveland packing up the Cleveland house, and this will be goodbye,” she said in her Instagram Stories, while giving a tour of the swanky home overlooking Lake Erie’s shores.
“I will miss this view so much,” Kardashian added while showing the balcony and its water views. “There’s literally nothing like it.”
The three-floor waterfront home boasts walls of glass for unobstructed lake views. The third floor features a guest suite with an office.
Other amenities include a billiards room, poker room, theatre, full bar, wine cellar and fitness room.
Thompson is now living in Boston after signing a two-year $19 million deal with the Boston Celtics in November.