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Miami Dolphins lineman Jermon Bushrod buys Davie manse for $1.8M

Bushrod re-signed with Miami in the offseason

Jermon Bushrod’s new Davie home
via Jordan Fischer, No Limit Real Estate

Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod, an offensive guard who joined the team before the 2016 season, purchased an 8,000-square-foot home in Davie with his wife, Jessica, for $1.785 million, reports the South Florida Business Journal.

The modern residence was remodeled in 2017 and features new high-end finishes, according to listing agent Jordan Fischer of No Limit Real Estate. It has six bedrooms; seven bathrooms; a gym area; loft with a balcony; marble and wood flooring; and an expansive backyard entertaining area that includes an oversized pool with a jacuzzi, swim-up tiki bar, and adjacent summer kitchen.

The home was built on a 40,000-square-foot lot in 2005 and last sold out of foreclosure for $1.055 million in April 2016.

The 32-year-old Bushrod recently signed a one-year deal to return to Miami that could be worth up to $3 million, and figures to be in the mix for one of Miami’s two starting guard spots this upcoming season.

Davie’s a popular spot for Dolphins players because of its proximity to the team’s practice facilities in addition to Hard Rock Stadium.