An NFL star’s giant Florida mega-home just went on sale, and we take a look inside
Only two years after purchasing his waterfront Ft. Lauderdale home, former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills is pulling up stakes after being traded to the Houston Texans. As with most Florida pro athletes's homes, the place is over-the-top luxury. Stills paid $2.425 million for it in 2017, and is now selling it for $2.8 million. That's because he redesigned and upgraded the mansion to fit his style, including installing custom bunk beds, and switching out the Miami-style paint job for more neutral tones and dark wood.
With 271 feet of waterfront, you'll hardly want to be inside the 4,317-square-foot home's four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The sunsets are unreal. The listing agent is Kim Knausz, who says "there's a protected nature center across the waterway where nothing can be built," making it the ultimate fortress of solitude. Take a look inside while you still can!
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