Shaquille O’Neal’s Florida estate listed for $28 million

by Steve Randall22 Jun 2018

The 3-acre luxury Florida estate owned by pro basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal has been listed by an agent at Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

Danial Natoli of the firm’s Dr Phillips Blvd. office in Orlando is exclusively marketing the estate which has an eyewatering $28 million price tag.

Overlooking Lake Butler, the property is situated in one of the world’s most prestigious private golf club communities, Isleworth; and boasts 31,000 square feet of living space – and of course an impressive indoor basketball court.

"This one-of-a-kind estate was designed for one of the most dominant players in the history of the NBA,” explains Natoli. “Every exquisite detail has been curated to deliver the ultimate luxury living experience. While it was built for a basketball legend, the world-class amenities and fine finishes will delight any discriminating homebuyer."

What a buyer gets for $28m
The estate includes the 2-story home with 1,170 square feet great room across both levels; formal dining room for 16 people; chef’s kitchen; soundproof theater with bar; gallery hall for art collection; gentlemen’s room including wet bar and games tables; wine storage; and aquarium room.

The second level has a master retreat with 900 square foot balcony, 4-room closet, and his and her bathrooms; and four further en-suite bedrooms, two with balconies.

There is a showroom-style garage, fitness room, secondary garage with dance and recording studios, and a 6,000 square foot indoor basketball court.

There’s a full resort-style guest wing with five en-suite bedrooms, great room and bar.

And outside space includes a 95-foot-long, 15-feet-deep pool with custom rock waterfall; large sunken hot tub; expansive summer kitchen; Tiki-style open cabana overlooking the sandy beach side of the lake; and a covered boat dock with sitting area and electric boat lift.

 


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