SALT LAKE CITY — Joe Ingles and his family have officially said goodbye to Utah after listing their Salt Lake City home for $3.5 million.
The Utah Jazz Ranger home, located at 2828 E. Kennedy Drive near Emigration Canyon, was built in 1986 and was listed Tuesday.
The Ingles’ former home has six bedrooms and five and a half baths and is 6,040 square feet on a half-acre lot.
“Perched on the edge of Emigration Canyon and the foothills of Salt Lake City, this classic Cape Cod 2-story sits on half an acre in the popular St. Mary’s neighborhood,” according to the listing. “Located across from a wonderful neighborhood park, this property has panoramic views of the surrounding canyons and mountains.”
Check out former @utahjazz guard Joe Ingles’ home listed today for $3.5MM. #take note pic.twitter.com/ocyoKFLSwf
— Jake and Ben (@JakeAndBenZone) August 17, 2022
Property history shows the home was last purchased in 2020 and was briefly listed in June before being taken off the market.
Even though Ingles is selling the house, it seems he left a little jazz history behind in the house.
“The sprawling backyard serves as the crown jewel of this property with a pergola-covered patio, artificial lawn and garden beds, and a custom Utah Jazz sports field,” the listing reads.
Mortgage payments are estimated to be approximately $15,500 per month.
Ingles built a house in Utah
Ingles and his family have been a staple in Utah, and a fan favorite over the past eight seasons thanks to a long history with the Jazz.
After being waived by the Los Angeles Clippers on the preseason deadline, the Australian guard signed with the Jazz but quickly became a regular in the rotation.
Sources closest to free agent @Joeingles7 can confirm he has agreed to a one-year deal with the Milwaukee Bucks.
The home’s CEO, Renee Ingles, is thrilled for Joe and his family.
Joe himself is said to be very happy. #nba #nbanews pic.twitter.com/4yra9gQst3
— Renae Ingles (@RenaeIngles) June 30, 2022
Ingles played 590 games for the Jazz, including 313 starts. During his time in Utah, the guard averaged 8.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 0.2 blocks and 0.9 steals in 25.7 minutes per game.
After suffering a season-ending ACL injury in January, the Jazz traded Ingles to the Portland Trail Blazers for Nickell Alexander-Walker and Juancho Hernangomez.
Ingles never suited up for the Blazers and signed a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks in the offseason.