Jimmy Butler, according to the South Florida Business Journal, has relocated to Miami. All-Star center received $7.45 mιllιon.
As indicated, Butler is seeking a new residence. In 2021, he sold his Miami mansion for $7,1 mιllιon. In 2019, he purchased the property for $4.5 mιllιon. Not for cash. The Heat signed the six-time All-Star to a four-year, $184 mιllιon contract last year.
“Jimmy Buckets” appears to have landed a new home as well as a new contract, likely because he wɑnted a more private place to relax.
The 12-home Stonegate complex, which is guarded, was built in the “best location in Miami” and features European design. A park and tennis court are available to locals. There are six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in the 6,148 square foot house.
The home features oak hardwood floors, moldings, high ceilings, and designer finishes. Included are a gourmet kitchen, formal rooms, fireplaces, library, and bar. Three vehicle carport.
The master bedroom upstairs includes a family room, an office, and a soaking tub. The nearly one-acre lot includes a playhouse, screened veranda, built-in BBQ, pool, and Sonos speakers.
The 32-year-old basketball player signed on with the Chicago Bulls in 2011. After playing for the 76ers and Timberwolves, he joined the Heat in 2019. With Butler, the 2020 NBA Finals were achieved.
The seller was represented by Lynley W. Ciorobea of BHHS EWM Realty. The buyer was represented by Celebrity Advisors.