Retired NFL quarterback Michael Vick and his wife, Kijafa Vick, have listed their chic home in Plantation, FL, for $2.4 million. It’s a soft, modern, and airy space the couple had tailored for their family.
The couple spotted the spec home in 2018, when it was near completion. They snapped up the South Florida spread for $2.38 million. It was right around the same time Vick sold a home in Davie, FL, for $1.4 million.
The stylish couple and their four children added their own flair to the property, including the high-end lighting and jaw-dropping custom closet Kijafa—who has her own accessories label called PnkElephant—filled with designer goodies.
The muted, sophisticated interiors were created by designer Nancy Hernandez.
The 7,700-square-foot house has six bedrooms and six bathrooms. It sits on an acre lot, which also comes with a custom pool, outdoor kitchen, lanai, basketball court, and guesthouse with bedroom suite and kitchenette.
“It’s a blessed house,” says listing agent Giselle Bonetti. “The location, the way the light hits it … the energy. It’s just blessed.”
Bonetti explains the Vicks are building a larger dream home in South Florida, “something that meets the needs of the growing family.”
Both Michael and Kijafa are featured in a new documentary, “Vick,” which is part of ESPN’s “30 for 30” series. The film follows Michael from his start as a football prodigy in Virginia through his stellar early NFL career, dogfighting conviction, return to the field, and redemption.
Vick and Kijafa met in 2002, married in 2012, and have four children.
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