Former Dolphins player Jason Taylor sells his Weston mansion

Hall of Famer sold the Windmill Ranch Estates home at a loss

Aug.August 30, 2017 02:30 PM

Jason Taylor and his Weston home

Former Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor sold his mansion in Weston.

Taylor sold the home at 2980 Paddock Road for $3.2 million, according to the Sun Sentinel. The sale is a loss for the NFL Hall of Famer, who purchased the 10,247-square-foot house for $3.6 million in 2006.

He listed the 1-acre estate in February for about $4.2 million with One Sotheby’s International Realty agent Ben Westby. The seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom house sold to Alloudin and Rubeena Bhullar earlier this month. Alloudin Bhullar owns and operates gas stations, according to the newspaper.

The property, in the Windmill Ranch Estates neighborhood, was built in 2005 and includes a gourmet kitchen, curved glass wine cellar, billiard room, home theater, cigar and poker room, pool deck, Jacuzzi, and 100 feet of waterfront.

Westby also listed and sold the home of former Dolphins cornerback Patrick Surtain in September.

GossipExtra first reported the sale. [Sun Sentinel] – Grace Guarnieri

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