Shaquille O’Neal is selling his Windermere, Fla., estate, and the description of the mega house is incredible.
The former LSU basketball player and former NBA star has listed his “enormous, highly elaborate and highly customized” estate with an asking price of $28 million, as reported by The Wall Street Journal’s Candace Taylor. By dropping that cash, you too can own a “Shaq Center” fitness facility and a so-called “Shaq-apulco” outdoor swimming complex. (But who among us doesn’t have one of those?)
The estate is about 31,000 square feet. It includes 12 bedrooms, because you can apparently never have too many places to sleep. The roof is made of blue barrel tiles. And there’s a 6,000-square-foot indoor basketball court, because of course.
Check out a few images of the estate below:
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Below is part of the description of the estate, courtesy of the Orlando Sentinel’s Paul Brinkmann:
Features of Shaq’s home include a 1,170-square-foot, two-story great room with marble fireplace and walls of glass; formal dining room with seating for 16; hand-crafted wood paneling and moldings; a chef’s kitchen with custom wood cabinetry and six-foot granite-top cooking island; and a coral stone fireplace accenting the kitchen nook and family room.
The listing says the home also has a soundproof home theater with long bar; a gallery hall designed for art collection; a “gentleman’s room” with game tables, wet bar, wine refrigerator, sink, ice maker and balcony; a temperature-controlled cedar-planked humidor and wine storage; and a saltwater triangular fish tank.
The guest wing has five bedrooms, and there is a 17-car showroom garage and fitness room, a 2,100-square-foot secondary garage with a dance and recording studio.
So if you have $28 million available, make moves fast. O’Neal, currently an analyst for the NBA on TNT, played at LSU from 1989-92. He became a four-time NBA champion and a 15-time all-star during a career that spanned from 1992-2011 and had stops with the Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics.