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Miami Dolphins legend Don Shula asks $3M for Florida vacation home

On a golf course in Palm Beach

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Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino speaks with former coach Don Shula
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The Florida vacation home of Miami Dolphins legend Don Shula, the coach of the only undefeated NFL team in league history in the 1972 Dolphins, hit the market this month asking $2.7 million, according to Realtor.

The 6,087-square-foot Mediterranean has two stories and is adjacent to the Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens. Equipped with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, the residence includes four golf memberships and overlooks the course, which includes a fitness center, spa, and practice area.

The course was designed by golfer Raymond Floyd, who has four major championships to his name.

The listing states it’s a “gently used vacation home” of Shula, whose career accolades include the winningest coach in NFL history, two Super Bowl victories, and five NFL Coach of the Year honors. He coached the Dolphins from 1970 to 1995, leading the franchise to 16 postseasons.

Shula purchased the property for $2.06 million in 2004 and the current home was built shortly afterwards.

Photos via Village Realty Group