The Real Deal Miami

Ex-Dolphin Patrick Surtain buys Plantation home

He and his wife Michelle paid $2.25 million for a newly built 6,556-square-foot home
October 31, 2015 09:00AM

Patrick and Michelle Surtain (Credit: Premier Guide Miami)

Patrick and Michelle Surtain (Credit: Premier Guide Miami)

Former Miami Dolphins player Patrick Surtain and his wife Michelle bought a new home in Plantation priced at $2.25 million.

The 6,556-square-foot home is located on a lot spanning 46,502 square feet at 1600 Southwest First Court in the Heritage Estates community.

The home has marble floors, six and a half bathrooms and five bedrooms.

The seller was DSL Construction & Investors, managed by Frank DeLucas.

In September, the Surtains sold a bigger home in Weston, an 11,975-square-foot residence in the Windmill Ranch Estates neighborhood. Proceeds from the sale totaled $4.15 million.

Before finishing his pro football career in 2009 with the Kansas City Chiefs, Surtain played the cornerback position for the Miami Dolphins from 1998 to 2004. He played in the annual Pro Bowl three times during his tenure with the Dolphins. [South Florida Business Journal] — Mike Seemuth