Tour a McMansion Fit for a NFL Linebacker in Florida
Elvis Dumervil has parted ways with a spacious seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in Broward County, near the Florida Everglades.
The three-time Pro Bowl player sold his spacious 8,000-square-foot Florida home for $2.15 million last month. Located in Parkland, in the exclusive Heron Bay East community, the home sits on a canal and is situated just steps away from the Florida Everglades. Stand-out features include a completely updated kitchen with granite countertops and a double-door Sub-Zero refrigerator, game room with pool table, nine-seat home theater and a backyard pool. Take a peek inside:
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House photo by: Zillow
Located in Parkland, this home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and spans nearly 8,000 square feet. It's big enough for a NFL football player and his family -- and maybe even his entire football team. Built in 2007, the mansion has plenty of space to entertain guests, including an updated eat-in kitchen, living room with two-story ceiling, spacious home theater, game room with a pool table and a backyard pool.
South Florida is home for Elvis Dumervil: He grew up in Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood and was one of 10 children. He played college football at University of Louisville and was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. In 2013, Dumervil signed a 5-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens worth $35 million. He sold his Parkland home at around a $100,000 loss, just nine months after purchasing it.
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