Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku is selling his handsome home in Miami, FL. You can catch it for $3.3 million.
After buying it in 2020 for $1.6 million, he’s now ready to hand off the sleek space.
He’s also newly flush with dough after signing a four-year, $56 million contract extension with the Browns in May.
Architectural end zone
Built in 1962, the home’s design is described in the listing details as a “one-of-a-kind architectural masterpiece.” The spread features six bedrooms and four bathrooms across a roomy 4,771 square feet.
Highlights include marble flooring, two fireplaces, and vaulted ceilings. Recessed lighting, high-end flooring, and white walls contrast with dark brown wood accents.
An open floor plan features a living room, with a fireplace and built-ins, which flows right into the backyard.
A dining area topped with a glitzy pendant light sits adjacent to the gourmet kitchen. Plus, the kitchen comes equipped with a large island and a built-in breakfast bar with seating.
On the second floor, you’ll find the primary suite with a private balcony, a spa-like bath, and boutique-style closets. And the bedroom features an eye-catching mural on one of the walls.
Set on a third of an acre, the home and its white, modern exterior is accented by tropical landscaping with an extra-long heated pool and spa.
Plus, the property includes a one-car garage.
Skylake, the North Miami Beach neighborhood, is close to shopping and dining spots.
Born in New Jersey, Njoku starred in college at the University of Miami, before entering the NFL draft in 2017, when he was just 20. The Browns picked him in the first round that same year.
Through five seasons in the NFL, he’s caught 15 touchdowns and racked up over 1,700 yards receiving. His freshly inked extension with the team makes him one of the highest-paid tight ends in the league.