Miami Heat’s Very Own Jimmy Butler Sold his Pinecrest Mansion for $7.1 Million
Jimmy Butler, Small Forward for the Miami Heat just sold his Pinecrest Mansion for $7.1 million. Butler who just purchased this home just 2 years ago really took advantage of the Miami market because he originally purchased the estate for $4.6 million in 2018. The home was built in 2013.
Records show that the managing partner, Reshma Sohoni, for London-based venture capital firm called Seedcamp purchased the home. Sohoni co-founded Seedcamp in 2007 with the idea to assist in investments for European tech start-ups.
The home located at 8975 Southwest 63rd Court in the Stritter Estates subdivision of Pinecrest features 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and a 3 car garage. The custom Mediterain home with 8,958 square feet of living space showcases a grand foyer that opens to the living and dining rooms with double height ceilings.
The large game room is perfect for entertaining with a custom wet-bar and dedicant kitchen. The custom cabinetry, wine gallery, and butler's pantry makes this home truly unique. The master offers a private terrace and spa bath. The backyard is the ultimate in luxury with covered terraces, playground, spa, and resort style pool.
For the next four years, Butler will still be a Miami resident with his recently signed 4 year contract extension with the Heat for an additional $184 million.
Butler isn't the first Heat player to sell its Miami mansion. Dwayne Wade and wife Gabrielle Union sold their Miami mansion for $22 million after 2 years on the market.
Let's also not forget that Pinecrest was ranked #2 in the top places to live in Miami!