Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill has caught a new home.
The Cheetah paid the full price of $6.9 million for the mansion in South Florida, which came on the market in February. He can certainly afford it.
The new member of the Miami team signed a four-year, $120 million contract extension. The deal gives him plenty of dollars to spend on his living quarters.
“This house is definitely one of the best houses I’ve ever stayed in in my life,” he says on his YouTube video.
Built in 2007, the European-style, 9,326-square-foot abode features seven beds and 7.5 baths. It features a grand motor court and a front entry with columns.
The main level includes a home gym, a wood-paneled office, and an open kitchen, which is adjacent to a family room. There’s also a formal living room, which, according to Hill’s YouTube video, will soon be tricked out with a shark tank.
The main-floor primary suite features a luxe bathroom with a soaking tub, glass shower, and dual vanities. The suite comes with access to the pool and grounds.
Hill has apparently added his own touches to the home, including a podcast recording room, a pool room, and arcade games.
Upstairs, five bedrooms, a den, and a home theater occupy the space.
The 2.28-acre grounds feature plenty of recreational fun with a putting green, a full basketball court, and a heated pool and spa.
The summer kitchen boasts a fridge, sinks, dishwasher, smokers, and grills. There’s also a bar and an outdoor dining area.
The gated property also comes with a four-car garage and two guesthouses.
While Hill was with the Kansas City Chiefs, he picked up a mansion in Inverness, FL, in April 2021 for $1,330,000.
The 2004 build on 7.74 acres measures almost 10,000 square feet. It has five beds and 6.5 baths, along with a billiard room and wet bar. Outside, there’s a pool, lanai, and kitchen, as well as a basketball court and a tennis court.
The home was listed in April 2022 for $2,750,000. The price eventually dropped to $1,360,000, and the home is now pending sale.
Hill was selected by the Chiefs in the fifth round of the NFL draft in 2016. The six-time Pro-Bowler won the Super Bowl with the team. In March 2022, the 28-year-old joined Miami.
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