Nearly four months after shelling out $17.5 million for a 12,000-square-foot Los Angeles mansion, Ben Simmons is saying goodbye to his New Jersey pad.
The Philadelphia 76ers player listed the Moorestown home for $5 million Wednesday.
Simmons, 25, had purchased the home in 2019, when it was built, for $2.75 million. If he is able to score the asking price, he would be walking away with a hefty profit.
The move comes after Simmons has been blatantly clear with his intentions to leave the Philadelphia team. The former No. 1 pick has been refusing to participate in drills and held out of training camp.
A three-time All-Star, Simmons had finally reported to the team Monday after intentionally missing practices when he didn’t get the trade he was hoping for.
The Sixers refused to pay their star point guard the $8.25 million he was owed for missing media day and the start of training camp.
The Post has reached out to his reps for comment.
Now, in another sign he is ready to leave Philly for good, he listed his home, just 20 minutes away from Camden, where the 76ers practice.
The five-bedroom, 5 ½-bathroom abode spans over 10,000 square feet and has been designed with modern fixtures throughout.
Interesting features include a formal dining room with a wine wall. Across from the dining room is a wet bar and a dry bar with a large walk-in pantry, according to the listing.
The primary suite comes with a sitting area, another wet bar, fireplace and a private terrace. The ensuite bathroom includes a soaking tub and rain shower.
Other amenities include a theatre, massive fish tank, private game room, full-service bar and even a candy room.
The property has a full home security system and a gated front driveway access control system.
Juliet Cordeiro with Compass holds the listing.