Chris Bosh’s Former Miami Beach Mansion Is Now a $42M Megaflip

The waterfront Miami Beach mansion that the retired NBA star Chris Bosh sold earlier this year for $14.4 million is back on the market.

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The waterfront Miami Beach mansion that the retired NBA star Chris Bosh sold earlier this year for $14.4 million is back on the market.

But Bosh’s former home isn’t just an ordinary flip. It’s now available for $42 million—nearly triple what it sold for in January.

An NBA-worthy leap, to be sure. The former Miami Heat champ had purchased the home in 2010 for $12,333,000, according to Realtor.com®.

He lived there during his tenure with the team, which ended in 2016. The following year, the 11-time All-Star listed the luxury abode for $18 million.

Bosh dropped the price in 2018 to $15.95 million, and the residence on the water finally sold early this year for $14.43 million.

The new, high-flying price comes as demand for luxury South Florida homes has resulted in a surge of home flips, with record-setting prices, the Real Deal reports. However, the new price also comes with some huge changes to the property. 

“The residence underwent a complete luxury renovation, with the highest-quality finishes and no detail left unturned,” says the co-listing agent, Albert Justo with The Waterfront Team at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty.

Justo represents the listing with Mirce Curkoski, also of The Waterfront Team.

Justo adds, “If you are looking to purchase on North Bay Road, there is nothing else like it on the market.”

According to the press information provided, the estate is “one of the only move-in-ready residences available” in the prestigious area.

There’s reason to believe the high-net-worth buyers will come calling.

The celebrity-packed spot is already home to Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, as well as Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner.

Newly enhanced, this mansion demands attention.

Developed by AquaBlue Group and designed by Touzet Studio, the home features seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

You enter the property through a courtyard with a living green wall and water installations.

Inside, the 11,709 square feet of interior space gives a “cozy modern” vibe, accentuated with wood and stone elements.

The dramatic, double-height great room’s glass walls look out to the bay and garden. High-end details include custom millwork and marble slabs. In addition, the new chef’s kitchen offers a huge island, bar seating, and a casual dining area.

The sleeping quarters are just as impressive. A lavish master suite comes with large closets, an oversized bathroom with tub and dual sinks, and killer views.

The home is set on a half-acre with 100 feet of water frontage, and the outdoor space includes a mosaic-tile infinity pool, outdoor kitchen, cabana, and separate guest quarters. You can just hang out by the private dock or sail away. Other details include smart home automation and an elevator.

If you like the high-end decor, you can have it. The curated, custom-branded Italian furniture all comes with the house.

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