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Former Miami Dolphins owner’s son sells Delray Beach manse for $6.75M

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Owned by Wayne Huizenga Jr. and sold for full ask

Amansion in Delray Beach
via Billy Nash Group

This post has been updated with the most recent information on November 15

A sprawling 10,650-square-foot estate in Delray Beach with ties to the family of former Miami Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga that hit the market asking $6.75 million this month sold for full ask, per listing agent Billy Nash.

Records show the seven-bedroom lakefront residence sitting on over five landscaped acres is owned by Wayne’s son, Wayne Jr. and the home was on the market for just 10 days.

Located on Quiet Vista Circle adjacent to the Mizner Country Club, the property includes 11 bathrooms; a beautiful chef’s kitchen; a billiard’s room with a bar; and a seven-car garage.

Additionally, there’s an Olympic-size pool out back, a large covered lanai, and a beach volleyball court. The estate was acquired for $5.125 million in 2009.

Huizenga Jr’s father is the billionaire former owner of not only the Dolphins — he sold his majority stake to Stephen Ross in 2009 — but also used to own the Florida Marlins (before they changed their name) and Florida Panthers, in addition to forming Autonation and spearleading the expansion of Blockbuster.

All photos are via listing agent Billy Nash