Estate of ex-Sixers president, Croce, up for sale

    The posh estate of former Philadelphia 76ers president Pasquale “Pat” Croce is on the market, with a $7.95 million price tag.

    Listing agent Lavinia Smerconish tells Philly.com that Croce isn’t leaving the Philadelphia area, he’s just “downsizing” saying, “he’s a Philly guy.”

    The estate sits on 3.5 acres, and includes a 10,625-square-foot home with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a 10-car garage. The property also includes a tennis court and swimming pool.

    Croce was a conditioning coach for the Philadelphia Flyers and trainer for the Sixers before developing a chain of fitness centers and, eventually, becoming president of the NBA franchise.

    Croce remains a radio and TV personality, started the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum in Florida, where he also owns several bars in Key West.

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