Alonzo and Tracy Mourning’s former Coconut Grove mansion asks $12M

Mournings owned the home from 1996 to 2009

Jan.January 24, 2018 08:45 AM

3525 Anchorage Way and Alonzo Mourning (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Alonzo and Tracy Mourning’s former Coconut Grove mansion is up for grabs.

Its current owner, George Thermiotis, is looking to sell the seven-bedroom, 10,700-square-foot home at 3525 Anchorage Way for about $12 million, according to Douglas Elliman. Elliman’s Bo Mastykaz is listing the property, a spokesperson said.

The Mournings owned the waterfront home from 1996 until 2009, when they sold it to Mayfair in the Grove owner Timo Kipp and his wife Nathalia Kipp for $6 million. The Kipps sold it to Thermiotis for $7.1 million in 2015. That year, the Kipps purchased LeBron James’ former mansion at 3590 Crystal View Court in 2015 for $13.4 million.

Mourning, a former Miami Heat center and an affordable housing developer, and his wife, paid $3.2 million for the Coconut Grove house in 1996. It features open bay views, maid quarters, a library/home office and a pool. – Katherine Kallergis

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