In a addition to the battle to beat the Celtics, Miami Heat forward Mike Miller has something else on his mind: selling his gigantic Pompano Beach mansion.
Miller's six-bedroom, 10-bathroom home will be up for auction on June 30 with no minimum bids, according to auction house Platinum Luxury, which calls the home "one of southeastern Florida's most unique properties." Story continues below.
Miller bought the 8-year-old waterfront pad for $5.4 million in 2010, which might have been a steal considering it was once sold for $12 million during headier real estate days. Miller originally listed the property for $9 million, and it was eventually reduced to $7.995 million according to Realtor.com. The Sun-Sentinel reports the home isn't in any financial distress; Miller just decided auction was the best way to sell.
So what does the baller's pad look like? The impressive three-story home has amenities typical of a South Florida mansion, including French marble floors, a home theatre, two gourmet kitchens, a temperature-controlled wine and cigar room, custom aquarium, a game parlor, mahogany study, four-car garage, and a pool with swim-up bar and underwater bar stools.
But it does have perks unique even to the area: the location of Miller's home on Hillsboro inlet allows for both a private beach area as well as large yacht dockage capabilities.
(And yes, it's got a Scarface poster!)
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