Ex-76ers GM Sam Hinkie selling his five-bedroom, seven-bath Bryn Mawr mansion for $3.1 million

By now, you probably think you know everything there is to know about Sam Hinkie. Or at least, everything that's out there publicly.

Well, you might not have known this: While he was the 76ers' general manager, he lived in a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion in Bryn Mawr, not far from Villanova's campus.

Now, Hinkie is putting the house up for sale, and it looks as if he's going to turn a profit on it, asking $3.1 million, according to Realtor.com. (Insert puns about trusting a process and trading assets here.)

Realtor.com has the details:

Located on a private cul-de-sac overlooking 25 acres of the Harriton Farm Preservation and built in the 19th century, the home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread over three levels of living space.

A stone wall serves as the home’s axis and accommodates three floor-to-ceiling fireplaces. According to the listing agent, the restoration of the property - which included top-of-the-line masonry, stone work, and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing upgrades - won the Lower Merion Preservation Award in 2005.

The 8,453-square-foot mansion is surrounded by yards on all sides and also features a custom library, mudroom redesign, deck, and patio.

The exec bought the home in 2014 for $2.66 million after the 76ers hired him with the hopes of turning around one of the league’s premier franchises.

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