He’s out: Baseball’s Mike Napoli sells waterfront Fort Lauderdale mansion for $7M

Napoli bought the 8K sf home two years ago for $7M

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Oct.October 19, 2020 04:30 PM
Mike Napoli and 2501 Delmar Place (Getty, Coldwell Banker)

Mike Napoli and 2501 Delmar Place (Getty, Coldwell Banker)

Retired first baseman and catcher Mike Napoli sold his mansion in the Seven Isles neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale for $7.3 million.

Records show Napoli, a Broward County native, sold the waterfront home at 2501 Delmar Place to Andrew Dumke, the founder, chairman and CEO of CloudBreak Capital.

CloudBreak Capital is a San Diego-based private equity fund focused on lower middle market buyouts, according to its website. Dumke is also a board member of the San Diego Air & Space Museum.

Napoli was drafted by the Anaheim Angels (now the Los Angeles Angels), and during his 12-year career, played for the Texas Rangers, Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians. He won a World Series with the Red Sox in 2013, and retired from baseball in 2018, the same year he bought the 8,120-square-foot home for $7 million.

Napoli listed the property in June for $8 million. Jonathan Postma with Coldwell Banker had the listing. Kim Hackett of Compass represented Dumke.

The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home was built in 2016 and has a gym, loft, office and a four-car garage. The outdoor area includes a gazebo, a saltwater pool and jacuzzi, gas fire pits and boat lift.

Among other recent nearby sales in Fort Lauderdale, John Moran Jr., the CEO of a warehousing, logistics and transportation company, bought a waterfront house in the Harbor Beach neighborhood for $7.5 million; a software CEO bought a Seven Isles home for $6.1 million; and a Phoenix auto magnate bought a waterfront Fort Lauderdale house for $9 million.






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