ARod Selling Miami Mansion With Cleveland Indians Wall Art; $38M [PHOTOS]
You know what’s intimidating about the 20,000 sq. ft. house ARod is selling in Miami? (A.) The price (B.) Keeping the white walls clean (C.) The price (D.) Keeping finger prints off all the glass. (E.) That Cleveland Indians art on the wall. Seriously, in the history of BC, we’ve never seen an athlete house with this much glass. It’s everywhere. Even the bathrooms have floor-to-ceiling glass.
This place IS INSANE!
According to Sotheby’s Realty:
Uninterrupted, panoramic views of the water and the Miami Skyline fill this extraordinary new Modern Masterpiece sitting on over an acre of lush grounds on prestigious N Bay Road in Miami Beach. Completely gated and walled in featuring 275 ft. of water frontage and 2 docks. Over 20,000 sq.ft. of chic and elegant spaces completely surrounded by 12′ walls of impact glass. Finely detailed with extensive use of Coral Rock, White Oak floors, Epe wood, Marble and exquisitely decorated by renowned Edward Briggs design. Zen like outdoor/indoor living spaces, Gourmet open kitchen, spectacular Home Theater, covered terraces, vanishing edge heated pool.
Again, INSANE! As of this season, ARod has made $296,416,252 in his baseball career. The sale of this house has us wondering if he’s broke and needs to part with the pad. He’s only owed $115,000,000 over the next five years.
Seems to be time to downsize.
Highlights of ARod’s Lifeless Mansion:
• 9 bed, 11 bath
• 4-car garage
• 16 security cameras
Mortgage: In the $80,000 per month range