Larry Bird, who stepped down as Pacers team president in 2017, has listed his Indianapolis home for $2.35 million, reports.

After his iconic playing career with the Celtics, Bird headed back to his home state of Indiana. He coached the Pacers for three seasons, which included the franchise's first NBA Finals appearance in 2000.

Bird has owned this Indiana house, which measures more than 10,000 square feet, since 2003.

Larry Bird's House Larry Bird's House

The property covers 1.5 acres.

Pool And Patio Larry Bird's House

Bricked walkways.

Tennis, Anyone? Larry Bird's House

This court also works for hoops.

Impressive Woodwork Larry Bird's House

And open to sunlight.

Kitchen Larry Bird's House

Looks like even the fridge has a wood door.

Bedroom Larry Bird's House

This is one of five bedrooms in the house.

Memorabilia Larry Bird's House

Pacers were the second ABA team to reach the NBA Finals.

TV Room Larry Bird's House

Cozy spot for watching the games.

Wine Cellar Larry Bird's House

In 2005, Bird partnered with Cosentino Signature Wineries in Napa to create a line.

Gym Larry Bird's House

Bird was diagnosed with a heart condition after his playing career, so staying in shape took on added significance.