The home is the largest and one of the newest (built in 2008), in Cloisters on the Bay. It has a rooftop terrace that measures more than 2,300 sq. ft.; an outdoor hot tub; two barbeque grills; plunge pool and spa; formal dining room and an entertainment level.
"This villa is more than just a house. It's truly an amazing home for a celebrity, professional athlete, or any other party who seeks the best Miami has to offer," said listing broker Darren Weiner of Antigen Realty.
This isn't the first time we've seen a sports star make a bold move to sell a house. Last year Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez and his wife, October threw in the offer of a Porsche to try and sell their Manhattan Beach, California home when it was listed for $3.6 million. Since then the price has dropped to $3.112 million.
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