Erik Spoelstra Places Miami Mansion On The Market (Photos)
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has placed his South Florida home on the market, less than one year after purchasing the property. Located in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood, the gated 5,400-square-foot plantation style estate features a 4,200-square-foot main house, with the other 1,200-square-feet coming from adjacent guest quarters.
The two-time NBA champion’s pad features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, tropical gardens, outdoor living space, a pool and brick driveway. Upper right and below are a series of photos.
Photos Courtesy: realtor.com
Originally constructed in 1937, the abode sits seven miles south of American Airlines Arena (located in downtown Miami), one mile south of downtown Coconut Grove, 0.6 miles west of Biscayne Bay and two miles south of LeBron James’ former Miami residence.
After purchasing the home in May 2016 for $2.6 million, the 46-year-old sideline boss is seeking $2.7 million as a sale price.
Prior to moving into this space (shortly after getting married), Spoelstra lived two miles north at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove. So, it will be interesting to see if the Oregon product stays living in his familiar stomping grounds, or elects to call a different part of South Florida home. Spoelstra inked a contract extension with the Heat prior to this season.