Wizards Guard, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, is One of MoCo’s Newest Residents

by MCS Staff

New Washington Wizards guard, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (KCP), is now a MoCo resident. Biz Journals recently reported that the NBA player bought a home in Potomac for $4.9 million.

According to our real estate expert, Nurit Coombe (The Agency DC), the home, which is located on Newhall Road in Potomac, was originally listed for $5,499,000 and later changed to $4,999,000, before closing at $4,900,000.

Per Nurit, “This home was built by Niroo construction company, a luxury high-level builder, and they originally built this home for themselves, so they spared no expense on materials or upgrades.”

“Everything from a heated driveway, embassy rooms, a high end gorgeous kitchen, custom bathrooms, elevators, smart technology and automation, to beautiful outdoor spaces with a sports court, and outdoor kitchen and pools. This is not your typical home because the price per square footage to build this home was very high, which actually makes this home a great value.”

KCP bought the home in September, but details weren’t made public until recently. He has averaged over 11 points per game as a part-time starter for the Wizards and has been a big part of the team’s hot start, with a 14-8 record about a quarter of the way through the season.

Before his trade to the Wizards, Caldwell-Pope played with the Lakers for four seasons, where he won an NBA championship in 2020. He was drafted eight overall by the Detroit Pistonsin the 2013 NBA Draft.

Photos courtesy of Realtor.com


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