Almost two years after first listing his waterfront Miami Beach mansion, Dwyane Wade has officially said goodbye to the property. The retired NBA player, who played for the Miami Heat for most of his career and is married to Gabrielle Union, originally listed the property for $32.5 million in September 2019. Then, it was reduced to $29 million and eventually $26.5 million. According to Mansion Global, the sale just closed for $22 million.
With Spanish-style architecture and 11,690-square-feet of lavish interiors, the mansion represents Miami luxury living positively perfectly. Along with gracious spaces inside and out, it holds a plethora of amenities with something for everyone. Kicking off the list, it shocks no one by holding a basketball court with gorgeous views out to Biscayne Bay. The new owner will also relish in the home theater, wine room, game room, and outdoor pool and bar. Making transportation a bit more splashy, it’s also easy to boat around off the convenient dock.
The design and layout match these opulent perks, offering huge rooms ripe for living large. Arched doorways, wood-beamed ceilings, and a mix of organic materials create a warm atmosphere. Then in the main suite, more is more as it holds a spa-like bath and a walk-in closet that most only dream about with room for plenty of shoes. There are six bedrooms in total to spread out across, so there are even more closets to overtake.
Brett Harris of Douglas Elliman represented both sides of the deal, but declined to comment on the details of the transaction.