One of Broward County’s classic football-player houses is back on the market for about $4 million.
Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby, who is now a Cincinnati Bengal, has listed his Southwest Ranches house for sale.
Dansby bought the Landmark Ranch Estates property in 2010 from now-retired Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne, records show. The Fins had made Dansby into the league’s best paid inside linebacker with a $43 million contract, and Dansky plunked down $3.4 million cash for the crib.
Things, however, went south for Dansby in South Florida.
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He was released three years into the deal and, in time, wife Tynesha Dansby filed for divorce, alleging that Dansby was secretly living with another woman.
The divorce, filed in a Broward County court, is still pending.
Karlos, meanwhile, listed the house several times over the last year, but there’s been no taker so far.
The six-bedroom property covers about 11,000 square feet and is equipped with smart-house computerized controls for light and AC and sound that’s operated by 32 cameras.
With that much place, Dansby had enough space for a world-class poker room.
Said listing agent Ben Moss: “It’s the most well-finished property in southwest Broward. It’s worth every penny.”