June 11, 2017
The luxurious one-time home of former Philadelphia 76ers point guard and head coach Maurice Cheeks, a leading member of the team's 1983 championship roster, has hit the market on the Main Line.
Sold by Cheeks in 1993, the Wynnewood home 1121 Remington Road was recently listed with Coldwell Banker Preferred at an asking price of $1,575,000. Here's a description of the 2.5-acre property from the broker:
The bucolic and manicured setting is a nature lover’s dream, with mature landscaping offering privacy to the stunning outdoor areas including a luxurious pool and in-pool spa, outdoor shower, an original spring house with secret garden overlooking the stream, a basketball court, and multiple deck and patio spaces. Each outdoor gathering space flows seamlessly into this open concept home, perfect for entertaining.
Cheeks' old home contains four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, with smart home features already installed and ample space for further modification. The house was built in 1952 by The Elias Organization and renovated for Cheeks by Image Design during his playing days in Philadelphia, according to Curbed Philly.
Below is a look inside the property, along with a video tour.