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A rendering of the home model Villa Lago - The Mediterranean.
A rendering of the home model Villa Lago - The Mediterranean. (Toll Brothers)

Former NBA and Orlando Magic guard Quentin Richardson paid more than $1.734 million on Oct. 28 for a new home in Toll Brothers' exclusive Casabella at Windermere community.

Set on Isabella Circle a block off of Lake Butler, the 0.67-acre lot includes a new home that is Toll Brothers' Villa Lago Mediterranean model, which the company describes online as a two-story home with 6,852 square feet, offering six to eight bedrooms, six to seven baths, three to four garage spaces, and features like a gourmet kitchen, walk-in pantry and butlers pantry.

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The buyers were Richardson and wife Miya E. Richardson. No mortgage was recorded in the buyers' names.

Former NBA guard Quentin Richardson during a game with the Orlando Magic in February 2012.
Former NBA guard Quentin Richardson during a game with the Orlando Magic in February 2012. (Jacob Langston / Orlando Sentinel)

The Richardsons sold their previous home on Windermere's Bellaria Circle in June for $1.5 million

A Chicago native, Richardson played in the NBA for 13 seasons from 2000 through 2013, which included a stint with the Orlando Magic from 2010 through 2012. He is now working in the Detroit Pistons franchise in a scouting capacity.

Richardson is the latest in a string of current or former athletes who've bought homes this year in Casabella at Windermere, following NFL linebacker Bruce Irvin in August, and Brazilian soccer legend Rivaldo in May.

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