Allen Iverson's former mansion in Villanova has finally been sold after two and a half years on and off the market.

Its price kept dropping. Iverson paid $5 million, more than a decade ago, and he sold it for $2.6 million to Saladworks CEO John Scardapane in 2010.

The new sale price of the 13,000-square-foot French estate was $2.19 million, to Joshua and Noelle Burg, according to Montgomery County public records. He is the president of Glass Enterprises, a glass manufacturer.

The home has many features typical of a Main Line mansion: a recreation room, theater, and a guest apartment with its own kitchen, living room and bedroom. Also noted in the listing is a "restaurant-quality" bar and a two-story reception hall with heated marble floorings.

There's a total of nine bedrooms and nine and a half baths in the pricey pad, which is accessed from a private lane through entrance gates.

Also included on the three-and-a-half-acre property is a saltwater swimming pool and a pool house.

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