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Ex-Miami Dolphins WR Mike Wallace lists Florida home for $910K

Wide receiver Mike Wallace of the Baltimore Ravens during a game in Miami last season

Former Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace is parting ways with his South Florida home, according to Realtor.

Unlike his rocky but lucrative tenure with the Dolphins—the speedster signed a $60 million contract with them in 2013—it appears his waterfront Plantation home is nice value, with an ask of $910,000. The 3,031-square-foot residence has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and sits on the end of a cul-de-sac.

Included is a one-bed, one-bath guest house with access to the pool, and a nice open kitchen with an island, a wine cooler, and a coffee station.

Wallace, now lining up wide with the Baltimore Ravens, was traded from the Dolphins to the Minnesota Vikings in 2015 for scraps after a couple of lackluster seasons in Miami in which he never got on the same page as quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Barring a major bidding war, Mike will likely take a loss on the property after purchasing it for $1.075 million in Summer 2013. What goes around comes around, I guess.

Source : Miami Curbed

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