Two-time NBA champion Chris Bosh’s former mansion hits market for $ 42 million

The waterfront estate once owned by former Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is on the market for $ 42 million. The fully remodeled 11,709 square foot mansion is the only ready-to-move-in residence available on prestigious North Bay Road in Miami Beach. Famous neighbors include Cindy Crawford, Rande Gerber, Karlie Kloss, and Joshua Kushner.

Upon arrival in the green and lush landscape, guests will be greeted by a living green wall and a garden courtyard with water facilities that highlight the perimeter of the house. Developed by AquaBlue Group and conceptualized by Touzet Studio, the renovated gut home features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a warm contemporary feel created with perfectly placed wood and stone throughout.

The large double-height room is surrounded by glass, showcasing a captivating view of the bay and the garden. Every corner of the house is positioned to perfectly match the finest finishes, from custom joinery to Italian marble slabs.

The master suite is as sumptuous as it includes large closets, an oversized bathroom with a tub and two sinks, a morning kitchen and, of course, breathtaking views. The huge kitchen is any chef’s dream with custom cabinetry, a large island and seating.

The outdoor oasis features a mosaic-tiled infinity pool, independent outdoor kitchen and cabana-shaped bathroom, as well as separate guest accommodations. The fully automated smart home also includes a commercial grade elevator.

The seller is looking for an overall record, but still a price per square foot ($ 3,500) lower than other recent sales like the former Phil Collins home, previously owned by Jennifer Lopez, at 5800 North Bay Road. This home sold for $ 39 million at about $ 4,000 per square foot.

6396 North Bay Road is listed by Albert Justo and Mirce Curkoski with the Waterfront team at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty. For a virtual tour of the property, click here.

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