The discount comes as good news not just to buyers eyeing prime Sunshine State property, but to basketball fans hoping that the former All-Star is planning a return to the hardwood with his ex-teammate LeBron James in Los Angeles.
First, the freshly discounted real estate.
Envision a P. Diddy-White Party manifested into a mansion, and Bosh’s swanky pad is the result. Stylish, sophisticated, and sexy, the flawless modern home was built in 2009, and offers almost 12,000 square feet of living space on a half-acre of prime waterfront property.
The home is decorated almost exclusively in white, letting the gorgeous bay and city views pour in through expanses of windows and provide all the decoration. Ultrahigh ceilings add an airy feel to the home.
Most surprising is the warmth of the ultramodern space. Bosh, married to Adrienne and father to six kids, managed to create a home that’s just as functional as it is formal, and the result is the best of all worlds. No shoes on the white sofas, though.
The mansion initially landed on the market last December for $18 million. Bosh bought it in 2010 for $12.33 million after joining forces with James and Dwyane Wade on the Miami Heat.
The move to discount his Miami home may mean that Bosh is ready to get back on the court. After LeBron’s ballyhooed deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, rumors swirled his former teammate Bosh might make a comeback and join him on another run at an NBA championship in SoCal.
Bosh last played during the 2015-2016 season. He left the NBA after developing blood clots, but vowed to return one day. Reports say Bosh is prepared to face the rigors of pro basketball.
Does the real estate price reduction mean Bosh is ready to cut ties with Miami for good and portend a return to his former glory? If we spot him shopping for beach houses in Malibu, we’ll let you know.