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Brooklyn Nets GM's Park Slope Mansion Can Be Yours for $21K Per Month

 Neighbors wondered if a bullet fired through the house's window weeks before they moved in convinced the family to sell.
Neighbors wondered if a bullet fired through the house's window weeks before they moved in convinced the family to sell.
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PARK SLOPE — Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks' former Sixth Avenue mansion can be yours for a mere $21,995 a month.

Marks, his wife and four young sons packed up and moved out of their six-bedroom rental at 98 Sixth Ave. at Prospect Place in December, neighbors said — just four months after moving in in September.

Marks, who spent 12 seasons in the NBA as a player then went on to serve as an assistant coach of the San Antonio Spurs, was hired in February 2016 to turn around the struggling Nets.

A spokesman for the Nets declined to comment.

Marks said shortly after he joined the Nets that he hoped to settle in Brooklyn, but property records show the family recently bought a $4.49 million house in Greenwich, Connecticut, the Greenwich Free Press reported.

Marks also reportedly owns a $3 million beach house in Newport Beach, California.

Prior to the Marks family's arrival, the Sixth Avenue house was under renovation for at least a year and converted from a four-family building into a single-family home, according to Department of Buildings records.

Neighbors speculated that the family was scared off by concerns about safety — as a bullet had whizzed through the house's bay window during a shooting involving an off-duty NYPD officer just weeks before they moved in.

The house is one of hundreds owned by the Australian firm Dixon Advisory, which specializes in remodeling properties into high-end rentals. Amenities at the property include two rooftop decks, an elevator, and a two-car garage. Neighbors spotted some of the Marks children shooting basketball in an enclosed rooftop play area with a trampoline.

Though most Nets players initially commuted to Brooklyn from the team's former New Jersey home, many have moved to the borough following the opening of a new practice center in Sunset Park.

Forward Luis Scola rents in Carroll Gardens, Chris McCullough lives in Crown Heights, Justin Hamilton calls Windsor Terrace home, and Joe Harris resides in Park Slope, according to the New York Times.

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