Buyers & Sellers: Wade, Curry Making Moves On $30M-Plus Homes
DWYANE WADE is putting his Miami Beach estate on the market for $32.5M. The six-bedroom waterfront home measures about 14,000 square feet and comes with a "wine room, a game room and a home theater." The property also includes a "swimming pool overlooking Biscayne Bay and an outdoor basketball court." Wade bought the estate in '10 (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 9/18)....STEPHEN CURRY has purchased a home in Atherton, Calif., for $31M in an off-market deal that was "never listed." It is a "modern three-level gated house, mostly hidden from the street." It touts a "swimming pool with a cabana, a guest house and a three-car garage" (San Jose MERCURY NEWS, 9/15).
SECOND CHANCE: Baseball HOFer BARRY LARKIN is relisting his Orlando-area home for $5.4M. The 14,477-square-foot lakefront property in Windermere has a former baseball conditioning room that has been turned into a "nightclub with a DJ booth" for his adult children. The seven-bedroom home also has a "game room, a gym, a professional recording studio and a two-story glass window overlooking an outdoor pool" (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 9/13).
GRIDIRON HEIGHTS: Redskins President BRUCE ALLEN has sold his home in McLean, Va., for $3.2M. The two-story home has 10,500 square feet of living space, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, including a "master suite with two closets, two bathrooms, a lounge and a balcony" (L.A. TIMES, 9/16)....Eagles RB DARREN SPROLES has purchased a newly built home in L.A.'s Tarzana neighborhood for $3.655M. The two-story, 6,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a "zero-edge swimming pool." A "sports court, a fire pit, a built-in barbecue and a pool house fill out the grounds" (L.A. TIMES, 9/12)....Former NFLer RYAN MATHEWS has listed his San Diego home for $2.85M. The 2,736-square-foot home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Inside, there is "rounded cabinetry in the kitchen and sloping ceilings above the living room" (L.A. TIMES, 9/18).
MOVING ON: Former NFLer PIERRE GARCON is selling his penthouse in downtown San Jose for $1.788M. The 1,262-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath unit is on the 22nd floor of the Axis building. It "features a 32-foot long balcony, floor-to-ceiling windows, an executive wardrobe system and walk-in laundry" (San Jose MERCURY NEWS, 9/16)....Bills RB FRANK GORE has sold his townhouse in Santa Clara for $1.298M. Tan walls and hardwood floors "fill a two-story living room with a fireplace and a raised center-island kitchen with maple cabinetry" (L.A. TIMES, 9/17)....Cowboys WR RANDALL COBB has listed his home just outside Green Bay for $649,900. The 4,373-square-foot, six-bedroom, 3.5-bath home includes a "wine cellar, theater room and three-plus car garage" (GREEN BAY PRESS GAZETTE, 9/18).
BUYERS & SELLERS: ESPN's MARK JACKSON is selling his home in Calabasas, Calif., for $4.375M. The home has seen "three relists and four price cuts in the years since" Jackson purchased it in '07. The 10,000-square-foot mansion includes a "movie theater, recording studio, billiards room and gym." The back yard includes a "palm-topped swimming pool and spa" (L.A. TIMES, 9/16)....Nevada men's basketball coach STEVE ALFORD is also selling his Calabasas home for $2.699M. The 7,200-square-foot home has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A "putting green, turf lawns, a built-in barbecue and a swimming pool with a spa occupy the palm-filled grounds, which measure more than half an acre" (L.A. TIMES, 9/16)....LARRY BIRD has sold his home in Indianapolis for $2.2M after originally listing it for $2.3M less than three months ago. The 10,232-square-foot home sits on 1.5 acres and "features five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and three fireplaces." The lower level includes a "billiard room, home theater, pub-style wet bar, wine cellar and fitness room" (INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 9/17)....T'Wolves F ANDREW WIGGINS has sold his home in Minneapolis for $1.83M. The five-bedroom, four-bath home has "two offices in 6,330 square feet." There is a "den, a soundproof music room and a gym with a basketball hoop" (L.A. TIMES, 9/17).