Ray Allen, the Boston Celtics star, has once again listed his five-bedroom estate in Carnation, Washington for $3.7 million.

The Allen Residence, 10,630-square-foot home with recent additions on 4.5 acres, is located in the Blakely Woods community on the Sammamish Plateau at 117 290th Ave. N.E. in Duvall.

The five-bedroom home was first listed at $6 million in 2008 and then reduced to $5.2 million.

The NBA player's craftsman-style estate is nice home with vaulted entryways, box beam ceilings and a casual style. It includes a gourmet kitchen, home theater, office and exercise room and also boasts exterior features such as a pool, a cabana and a sports court connected with well-landscaped pathways.

Allen made several customizations including the addition of an elaborate master suite with a double-sided fireplace, attached office/nursery, two room-sized walk-in closets and a travertine-tiled spa bathroom.

Once with the Seattle Super Sonics and presently playing for the championship-series bound Boston Celtics, Allen made several customizations to this former Street of Dreams award-winning home including the addition of an elaborate master suite, a statement by listing agency Matrix Real Estate.

Allen purchased the home, built in 2001, in Aug. 2003. He lived in the home for four years until he was traded to the Celts in 2007 and the next year, he listed the estate twice to no avail.

Allen previously played for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Seattle SuperSonics. He is considered by many to be one of the most accurate three-point and free throw shooters in NBA history. He is a nine-time NBA All-Star and won an Olympic gold medal as a member of the 2000 United States Men's Basketball Team. Allen has also acted in two movies, namely 'He Got Game' and 'Harvard Man'.

Trisha Quigley of Matrix Real Estate is the agent.