Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino finally sold his lakefront home in Weston, Florida. He originally put the home up for sale in 2005 for $15.9M fully furnished. Two years ago he lowered it to $13.5M fully furnished, and after dropping the price a few more times it finally left him with a total price reduction of $8.7M.
Marino paid $2.15M back in 1995 to build his massive estate that sits on 4.3 acres on a peninsula located near the Florida Everglades. Although that price doesn’t include the cost of additions and upgrades since then.
The 19,496-square-foot Mediterranean estate has 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 2 guest houses, a pool, a putting green, a 5,000-bottle wine cellar and a pond stocked with fresh bass. It also has a private gated entrance and staff quarters.
Marino and his wife Claire still own a Weston condominium, and they apparently plan to continue living in the area.