Now with the Los Angeles Clippers, the NBA forward Justise Winslow moves away from his birthplace in Coral Gables, Florida. The spacious spread near Miami is on the market for $ 5,985,000.
The Texas native made his mark on contemporary construction in 2019, during his time with the miami heat. He paid $ 3.3 million for the 7,354 square foot pad a few years ago, and is now aiming for a big profit on his investment.
Built in 2008, the bespoke gated Mediterranean known as Sunset Villa is made up of three structures, for “ultimate flexibility,” as the listing says.
Access to the elegant estate is via a circular driveway. Inside the house, a foyer and a curved staircase lead to the main living room. With walls of windows and high ceilings, the expansive space includes four large bedrooms, a central seating area, and plenty of natural light.
Downstairs is an open concept kitchen with an island, bar seating, and dark wood cabinetry. Right next door, the kitchen leads to a dining and living area with 14 foot ceilings and marble and wood floors.
On either side of the house, connected walkways lead to two guest suites above the two-car garage. A two-story guesthouse includes a gym, study, and bedroom.
Outside, the expansive grounds feature a grassy lawn and mature oak trees, with a saltwater pool and spa.
A number of covered decks and outdoor patios are available for easy, fun and relaxed outdoor living.
In addition, the smart home system is configured with audio, visual and lighting.
Winslow, 25, played for Duke University when the Blue devils won the NCAA Championship in 2015. That year, the Heat selected in the first round of the NBA Draft.
Treated in Memphis Grizzly in February 2020 in a three-team trade, Winslow stayed at Memphis for just one season. In August, he signed a two-year contract with the Clippers.
Ben Moss with Compass owns the list.