Kobe Bryant's Philadelphia Childhood Home Sells For $810,000
Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Kobe Bryant's childhood home in Pennsylvania just sold for $810k...

The Black Mamba lived in the 5-bed, 3 1/2-bath, Philadelphia-area home during his teenage years ... when he quickly became one of the best hoopers in the country, leading his Lower Merion HS team to a state title in 1996.

The Bryant family parted ways with the home in 2008 ... and it hit the market again this past September for $899k.

According to records, the home closed on Nov. 6 ... and sold for $810k. David Wyher and TJ Sokso of Compass represented the listing.

Filed Under: NBA


I was born a poor black child.
Reply6 months
The Jerk joke for you millennials.
6 months
That is an ugly $800,000 house
Reply6 months
If that was legit the hoop would have been stolen a very long time ago.
Reply6 months
ehh. who would buy a basketball goal from a stranger claiming it is Kobe's with zero proof?
6 months
the previous could of sold that hoop for more than he sold the house. props to them for not taking it down and including it in the sale.
Reply6 months
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