The Real Deal Miami

Former NBA player puts Miami Beach home up for sale

Owner has played for the Dallas Mavericks, Sacramento Kings, Indiana Pacers and more
The home at 1611 West 24th Street and former NBA player Peja Stojaković (Credit: Keith Allison)

The home at 1611 West 24th Street and former NBA player Peja Stojaković (Credit: Keith Allison)

Peja Stojaković, an NBA retiree with a championship ring under his belt, has put his waterfront Miami Beach home up for sale at $8.9 million.

The former ball player first purchased the property at 1611 West 24th Street for roughly $3.7 million in 2012. He renovated the 1938 home this year, and it now stands at 4,508 square feet with modern appliances, oak floors, vaulted ceilings and smart home technology.

It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and is listed by Dina Goldentayer and Sladia Stantic of One Sotheby’s International Realty.

Stojaković won his first and only championship during the 2011 finals between the Dallas Mavericks, which he played for, and the Miami Heat.

He also played for the Sacramento Kings, Indiana Pacers, New Orleans Hornets and Toronto Raptors during his career.

Another basketball pro sold his home earlier this month, this time from the opposite end of the court — LeBron James. The former Miami Heat star and current playmaker for the Cleveland Cavaliers signed a contract for his Coconut Grove manse on June 5. Further details about that sale are not yet available in county records.