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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