Former Miami Heat player Chris “Birdman” Andersen finally sold his Pinecrest home, The Real Deal has learned.
Andersen, who played for the Heat between 2013 and 2016, sold the six-bedroom, six-bathroom house at 5826 Southwest 107th Street for $2 million, a steep discount off the original asking price.
The now-retired player paid $1.89 million for the 6,513-square-foot home in 2013. In 2016, he was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies, and a year later listed the house for $4.55 million. He eventually lowered the price down to $2.25 million in September 2019, according to Realtor.com.
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Brown Harris Stevens Miami’s William Meyersohn took over the listing last year. He represented the buyer and seller in the deal, which closed on Thursday, according to a spokesperson for Brown Harris Stevens Miami.
The 0.9-acre property features a lighted tennis/basketball court, a patio, gazebo and pool. The house includes a chef’s kitchen, 10-foot ceilings, a family room with a fireplace, and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment above the two-car garage.
Last year, the Heat’s former star player, Dwyane Wade, listed his home at 5980 North Bay Road in Miami Beach for $32.5 million after retiring from the NBA.