Tim Bowens sells North Miami Beach home
Former Miami Dolphins standout Tim Bowens sold his home in the gated Eastern Shores community of North Miami Beach, The Real Deal has learned.
The longtime defensive tackle closed the sale of the 16401 Northeast 32nd Avenue residence on April 9, according to Miami-Dade County records. The county recorded the transaction on Tuesday.
Bowens paid $969,000 for the 6,100-square-foot home in May 2001. The house was constructed in 2000.
Roland Faith of Aventura purchased the home from Bowens. Faith obtained a $1 million mortgage from Marquis Bank for the acquisition.
A University of Mississippi alumnus, Bowens was a mainstay on the Dolphins’ defensive line from 1994 to 2004. He sold the North Miami Beach residence about 10 months after buying a house in Homestead for $1 million.
Bowens was briefly a neighbor of Israeli soccer star Tal Ben Haim, who paid nearly $2 million for an Eastern Shores home on Feb. 28.