Former NBA guard Dion Waiters sells. Cleveland Cavaliers selected Waiters fourth overall in the 2012 NBA Draft.
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For eight seasons, the NBA’s most prolific shooter never hesitated to take a shot. NBA analysts nicknamed him “Waiters Island” for his arrogance and talent.
Since the 2020 Lakers-Waiters championship, he hasn’t played. Waiters leaves South Florida this time.
Ashley Michelle Velez of P.U.R.E Investments, Inc. says he enjoys visiting Philadelphia. They’re undecided about staying in Miami. Philadelphia and Miami alternate.
The 2016-built 14,000-square-foot mansion sits on almost two acres. The ex-shooter renamed himself to match his house.
“Waiters calls it Waiters Island, because it’s his own private getaway,” Velez said. That terrain feels empty. That’s a lot of territory for a loner. He loves the house and calls it his getaway.
It features nine bedrooms and eleven full baths. Owners can pick from many luxurious main bedrooms.
Velez says it has three main suites, not one. “Crɑzy wardrobes. Beautiful kitchen. I love it. The master bedroom is a rare treat.
The lower level has a second primary suite, while the second floor on the other side of the house has a third.
Velez says “the kitchen is just amazing.” The islands give you so much space. Wow—you enter.
The house’s reflecting pools make a beautiful entry. A big outdoor kitchen, teppanyaki grill, BBQ, and seats surround the rear pool. More can fit.
“There are two areas of the yard where you could definitely add a tennis court or a full basketball court, which is something that a lot of people in Miami want to do—they just don’t have the land for it,” Velez says.