The home includes six bedrooms, 10 (?) bathrooms, a pool with a swim-up bar, an elevator, a cigar room, and a wine room.
Here’s a good look at the interior:
I still will never get the more bathrooms than bedrooms thing which seems to be so common among pro athlete mega-mansions, but, I digress.
Miller originally posted the home on the market in November 2011 with a $8.995 million asking price, but it has not sold in the meantime. With the likelihood the sharp-shooting veteran will not return to Miami next season, this is a very wise decision on his part– regardless of how much profit he does or doesn’t make in the process.
Miller has averaged only 6.6 points per game in limited minutes this season for Miami, and will likely not see a contract renewal in the off-season. Given this, there’s no reason whatsoever to shackle yourself to a massive property if that property is located in a place you don’t see in your long-term future.
Kudos for Mike Miller for being self-aware.
The home’s auction is set for June 30th by Platinum Luxury Auctions in Miami, where the home will be sold to the highest bidder.
If you’ve got an extra $9 million weighing you down, by all means, make a bid.
H/T to Realtor.com