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Tour Dion Waiters’ new $7M mansion in Pinecrest

The Miami Heat guard set a record for the neighborhood

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The Pinecrest mansion that sold for a neighborhood record $7.4 million yesterday has a celebrity owner: Miami Heat guard Dion Waiters, reports the The Real Deal.

The gargantuan Polynesian estate measures a whopping 17,714 square feet under air, which placed it on our map featuring the largest single family homes across Miami.

The residence, developed by Pioneer Inter-Development’s Frank Mendez, has nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, 20-foot ceilings, three sprawling master suites, large indoor and outdoor kitchens, and high-end appliances. The property had previously sold for $1.5 million in 2013 before the current home was constructed.

Coming off a breakthrough year with the Heat last season, Waiters re-signed with the franchise over the summer, inking a four-year deal worth $47.3 million guaranteed. He was previously renting a modern home in Coconut Grove. Teammate Hassan Whiteside purchased a waterfront home in Miami Beach last summer for a similar price.

Waiters is averaging 16 points and 3.6 assists in seven games this season while shooting 44 percent from the field and 27 percent on threes.

Tour Dion’s new lavish pad below.