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Former Dolphins coach Don Shula lists Palm Beach Gardens home for $3M

The couple, who live in Indian Creek, used the property as a vacation home
February 27, 2017 04:10PM

11906 Palma Drive. Inset: Mary Anne and Don Shula (Credit: Getty Images)

Former Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula and his wife Mary Anne Shula listed their Palm Beach Gardens home for $2.7 million.

Don Shula is the most winningest NFL coach, with 347 career wins. He’s also licensed his name to restaurants like the Shula’s steakhouse chain and Shula Burger, and has the Shula’s Hotel & Golf Club in Miami Lakes.

He and his wife have owned the Palm Beach Gardens house at 11906 Palma Drive since 2004.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom Mediterranean-style villa was “gently used” as a vacation house by the Shulas, according to the listing. The two-story, 6,087-square-foot home features four master suites, a gourmet kitchen, vaulted ceilings, and space for a pool. The listing says the property comes with four individual golf memberships to the Old Palm Golf Club. The club includes a 33-acre practice area, fitness center, pool, spa and salon, as well as beach club access to the Marriott on Singer Island.

Robert Floyd of Village Realty Group is the listing agent. It’s on the market for $444 per square foot.

Records show the Shulas paid slightly more than $2 million for the 0.4-acre property in 2004. They live in the exclusive enclave of Indian Creek, where they own the waterfront mansion at 16 Indian Creek Drive.

Don Shula isn’t the only former Dolphins coach looking to unload some South Florida real estate. Former head coach Joe Philbin just pulled his house in Davie off the market after cutting the asking price twice. [Realtor.com] – Katherine Kallergis