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Kevin Durant ready to lose on another home sale in Oklahoma City


Trulia Notes: “The list price of $1,500,000 is 228 percent higher than the average list price of $457,297 for downtown Oklahoma City real estate, 174 percent higher than the average list price of $548,075 for (ZIP code) 73104 real estate, and 597 percent ...


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The former Thunder forward is offering his specially remodeled digs at 420 NE 2, part of The Hill at Bricktown, for $1.5 millionIn July, Durant left the Thunder to sign a contract with the Golden State Warriors. That's less than the $1.769 million he paid for side-by-side three-story properties brand new in 2013 before remodeling them into a single residence. The for-sale price is far less than the $3 million or so Durant poured into the place in all, said Rhonda Bratton, an agent with Churchill-Brown & Associates Realtors. The county assessor estimates its market value at $2.169 million. Durant took a nearly 50 percent hit when he sold his home on Calais Court in Gaillardia on March 11 for $925,000. He paid $1,799,500 for the property, a traditional-style, 3,623-square-foot home with a 2,120-square-foot guesthouse, in 2011. However, that loss was not as great as it appeared because Durant previously had carved off and sold a portion of his Gaillardia lot for around $500,000. The downtown property — minus the NBA star's and Olympian's name — hit the internet as “for sale” early TuesdayBratton wasn't sure how that happened, but confirmed that she was handling the sale of itShe said she had not yet entered it on the Multiple Listing Service. After Durant's modifications, the home is ready for someone to live in one side and entertain or keep offices — or both — in the other, she said. She said it's unlikely that that the home could be returned to two separate townhomes since the kitchen had been removed from one and the electrical systems have been completely integrated. “It's a unique opportunity for somebody,” Bratton said, noting that she had already shown the property to a couple of investors. Trulia.com shows the property as having six bedrooms, seven baths and 7,257 square feet of space. Trulia Notes: “The list price of $1,500,000 is 228 percent higher than the average list price of $457,297 for downtown Oklahoma City real estate, 174 percent higher than the average list price of $548,075 for (ZIP code) 73104 real estate, and 597 percent higher than the average list price of $215,336 for Oklahoma City ..real estate. “The price for this property is 680 percent higher than the average sales price of $192,370 for Oklahoma CityThe price per square foot for this property is $207, which is 115 percent higher than the average of $96 for Oklahoma City.” try { _402_Show(); } catch(e) { } alert('start 3'); .relative {position:relative;} .gallery-overlay { position:fixed; width:100%; height:100%; top:0; left:0; background:url(http://s3.amazonaws.com/content.newsok.com/newsok/images/oklahoman.com/dialog-overlay-bg.png); background:rgba(0,0,0,.7); z-index:49999; } .gallery-frame-nextgen { position:relative; z-index:50002; background:#FFF; } .closeit { display:block; width:28px; height:29px; background:url(http://s3.amazonaws.com/content.newsok.com/newsok/images/closeit.png) center top no-repeat; text-indent:-70000px; position:absolute; right:-360px; top:-40px; z-index:50003; } close Your browser does not support iframes. 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