Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick has placed his South Florida home on the market.
His asking price for the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom house in Davie: just less than $1.4 million.
The house is located in Stonebrook Estates, a private community "where you can live like a baller," according to the ad put out by Coldwell Banker.
Additional amenities in the 8,876-square-foot home include:
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▪ An in-home theater
▪ A two-car garage
▪ A coffee bar and master bath retreat in the master bedroom
▪ A pool, spa and open balcony
The house, Vick and his wife, Kijafa, purchased in 2013 for $1.32 million, was featured on the VH1 show "Baller Wives."
“We’ve loved living in this home and raising our family here, but after welcoming our third baby, it’s time for us to expand,” Vick said in a statement.
Vick, the former No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft, played 13 seasons in the league for the Atlanta Falcons (2001-2006), Philadelphia Eagles (2009-2013), New York Jets (2014) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2015). He was not in the league during the 2007 and 2008 seasons while serving a 21-month prison sentence for his involvement in a dog fighting ring.
Vick will serve as the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta-based team in the newly formed Alliance of American Football, which is set to begin in February following Super Bowl 53.