He’s hyping the Nets and filming ads in New York City. He’s helping Brooklyn climb the standings while the Celtics rebuild. But that doesn’t mean Pierce has to cut all ties to the Bay State, does it?
While Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett had good reason to get rid of their local homes after they moved on (they had come to the area mid-career, after all, and spent most of their adult lives elsewhere), Pierce was a career Celtic before this summer. He has said he wants to retire in Celtics green, and he has roots in the community. Isn’t he selling his home a little quick?
Alas, it appears The Truth’s house is up for grabs. It’s a lovely traditional home in Lincoln, Mass., with five bedrooms and bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, custom cabinet work and a private backyard, according to The Boston Globe’s sleuth work connecting the 79 Winter St. mansion to Pierce. It’s 7,631 square feet overall and has hardwood throughout, with 16 total rooms in the single-family home.
Take a look at where No. 34 called home during his long Celtics career.
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