Super Bowl champ Ty Law sells lakefront home in Plantation
Retired Patriots cornerback bought the property in 2003 for $1.57M
Three-time Super Bowl winner Tajuan “Ty” Law just sold his lakefront home in Plantation for $1.89 million.
Law, who played 15 seasons in the NFL, including for the New England Patriots, New York Jets and the Denver Broncos, sold the 5,200-square-foot, six-bedroom house at 10862 Hawks Vista Street to Kirk and Lisa Russell, property records show.
Law paid $1.57 million for the Hawks Landing property in 2003, the same year it was built. It features an outdoor entertainment area with 12-foot waterfalls, koi ponds and a Tahitian-style pavilion; a renovated kitchen, game room and home theater. He lived in the property for about 15 years.
Coldwell Banker’s Barbara Shapiro represented Law. Coldwell Banker also represented the buyer.
A number of professional football players have homes in South Florida, including retired linebackers Stephen Tulloch and Jonathan Vilma. About a year ago, former Miami Dolphins player Jason Taylor sold his Weston mansion for $3.2 million.