By A.J. Mason
With respect to his Boston Celtics, Wyc Grousbeck probably couldn’t ask for much more. The team is young, talented and is considered the favorite to win the Eastern Conference this coming season.
His real estate portfolio, though? That’s another question.
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We cam across this interesting tidbit published by the San Francisco Chronicle. Apparently, Grousbeck’s been trying (unsuccessfully) to sell his Martha’s Vineyard mansion for over three years.
It’s been more than three years since Boston Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeckfirst listed his spectacular waterfront Martha’s Vineyard estate. The mansion has lingered on the market without a buyer making a fast break to the bank, so Grousbeck has slashed the price.
In August 2015, when it was originally put on the market, the price was set at $22.5 million, but it has been cut by more than $6 million, and currently sits at $16,250,000.
It’s interesting that the San Francisco Chronicle would run such a piece, but considering the fact that San Francisco is renowned as having some of the country’s priciest real estate, it would make sense that the publication would want to keep tabs on such...