Ex-Miami Dolphins player Ndamukong Suh thrown for a loss on home sale

Suh, who recently joined the Los Angeles Rams, lost more than $1 million on the sale of an 11,000-square-foot mansion in Fort Lauderdale

May.May 27, 2018 09:30 AM

Ndamukong Suh (Credit: Mike Ehrmann/ Getty Images)

Former Miami Dolphins player Ndamukong Suh lost more than $1 million on the sale of his waterfront mansion in Fort Lauderdale.

Suh listed the property for sale about five weeks before the Miami Dolphins released him in March. He had a six-year contract with the Dolphins valued at $114 million.

He sold his former home at 17171 Middle River Drive in the Coral Ridge area of Fort Lauderdale for $5.85 million, well below his $7.29 million asking price.

Suh bought the residence in 2015 for $6.5 million, so his loss on the sale topped $1 million, including the real estate commission and fees.

His listing agent, Julie Jones-Bernard, declined to comment, citing a confidentiality agreement with Suh.

The new owners of the 11,000-square-foot house are Ryan and Lilliana Collison. The house has six bedrooms, a gym, wine room and rooftop terrace plus 100 feet of frontage on the South Fork Middle River.

Suh has signed a contract to play with the Los Angeles Rams. [GossipExtra] – Mike Seemuth

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