Report: Dwyane Wade Puts Miami Mansion Up for Sale

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One aspect of former Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade’s life in South Florida appears to be coming to an end.

That’s because the future Hall of Famer is reportedly putting his Miami mansion up for sale at a price that’s a testament to the success he enjoyed during his 16-year NBA career.

Dwyane Wade Miami Mansion Living Room

Wade’s Biscayne Bay estate is on the market at a listed amount of $32.5 million.

That steep price obviously indicates luxury. It also sadly eliminates the vast majority of Heat fans as potential buyers.

Dwyane Wade Mansion Backyard

The sale of the property is being handled by the Douglas Elliman Real Estate company, which included a wealth of photos that offer potential buyers a glimpse. A fulsome description of the mansion is also included on the company’s site.

“Situated behind private gates is an exceptionally crafted, painstakingly realized example of classic, East Coast-inspired Spanish Architecture-infused with countless contemporary amenities and exquisite custom details,” Elliman’s website notes. “The 14,000 sq. ft main house is brimming with breathtaking classic American manor details, soul-soothing elements and chic modern comforts. With no detail or amenity overlooked, the interior boasts a chef-caliber kitchen, multiple formal and informal living areas, a well appointed master suite, wine room and state-of-the-art professional theater. A legacy property set proudly on one manicured acre, this six-bedroom, nine-bath estate sits on the picturesque northern tip of Miami Beach and boasts sunset views from every room.”

Dwyane Wade Miami Mansion Salon

The chief reason why Wade has put the property up for sale is because he and his wife Gabrielle Union are spending the majority of their time in California.

While that doesn’t mean that he’ll no longer be a presence in South Florida, there doesn’t seem to be a need for him to own such a large residence.

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Brad Sullivan is a freelance writer for, having been an avid fan of NBA basketball for more than four decades. During that time, he's watched the Heat evolve from gestation period to expansion team all the way to three-time NBA champions. He'll follow their quest toward again reaching those lofty heights, and do so by offering some perspective along the way.