The Real Deal Miami

Dan Marino’s former pad listed for $2.95M

Legendary QB paid exact same price in 2005
February 28, 2014 04:30PM

From left: Dan Marino

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

The former Parkland home of Miami Dolphin Hall-of-Famer Dan Marino has hit the market for $2.95 million, which is what Marino himself paid for it in 2005. Michael Citron of brokerage Parkland Parrot has the listing.

The seven-bedroom, 9,250-square-foot home at 6429 Northwest 65th Way, which last sold in 2008 for $600,000 less than the current ask after a failed auction of the property, is endowed with a multitude of amenities, including a movie theatre, Las Vegas-style poker room, a putting green and a pool in back. The property also comes with a separate guest house.

Dan Marino is an equity partner in an unrelated South Florida brokerage, MMD Realty. [Sun Sentinel] — Angela Hunt