TMZ is reporting that the Pennsylvania house Kobe Bryant grew up in just sold for $810,000. The home hit the market for $899,000 in September.
The Philadelphia-area home boasts five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and of course, a basketball hoop. The legend used the basketball hoop to practice his skills while residing there as a teen.
While attending Lower Merion High School, Black Mamba took the team to a state title in 1996 and became one of the country’s best players.
The Bryant family sold the house in 2008. The most recent listing was represented by David Wyher and TJ Sokso of Compass. The new owner of the home has not been identified.
Bryant and his daughter Gianna were tragically killed, along with nine other people, in a helicopter crash in January.