The late Kobe Bryant’s childhood home is for sale for the first time since his parents sold it in 2008.
The NBA legend — who tragically died in a helicopter crash in January — moved back to the U.S. after living abroad in Italy, where his dad played professional basketball. A young Bryant was 13 years old when the family relocated to Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, a cute suburb outside of Philadelphia.
The family moved into the quaint Colonial-style home where the basketball star would attend middle and high school in the area.
The picturesque home, which includes Bryant’s original basketball court, sits on a landscaped property with flowerbeds and gorgeous trees.
The home is on the market for an asking price of $899,900, OK! can confirm, and is listed through real estate agency Compass.
Property seller Kate Bayer talked about her experience when she first purchased the home. “When we moved in, everyone – and I mean everyone — asked, do you know who lived there? They were excited, the mailman, trash collectors, every neighbor, people walking down the street,” she said.
Bayer also said that she feels honored to have lived in the home Bryant grew up in and noted that, “this is the only house in the country that has that distinction.”
Scroll through to see pics of the childhood home of NBA legend Kobe Bryant.