The Real Deal Miami

Dan Marino’s former Parkland pad now a rental

Seven-bedroom mansion to be leased for $12,200 a month until buyer is found

May 08, 2014 09:45AM

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From left: Dan Marino and 6429 Northwest 65th Way in Parkland

From left: Dan Marino and 6429 Northwest 65th Way in Parkland

Dan Marino’s former Parkland mansion is about to become an extremely expensive rental property – at least until a buyer emerges.

The 6429 Northwest 65th Way home was put on the market for nearly $3 million in February. Property owner David Spiller agreed to rent it out at $12,200 a month starting next week. The undisclosed renters agreed to move out once a buyer is found.

Spiller acquired the seven-bedroom, 9,250-square-foot manse from the Miami Dolphin Hall-of-Famer for about $2.4 million in 2008.

Listing agent Michael Citron told the Sun-Sentinel the rental rate is one of the highest in Parkland. The renters are building another residence in Parkland and need a short-term rental until construction is finished, according to Citron. [Sun-Sentinel]Eric Kalis

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