Former Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace is parting ways with his South Florida home, according to Realtor.
Unlike his rocky but lucrative tenure with the Dolphins—the speedster signed a $60 million contract with them in 2013—it appears his waterfront Plantation home is nice value, with an ask of $910,000. The 3,031-square-foot residence has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and sits on the end of a cul-de-sac.
Included is a one-bed, one-bath guest house with access to the pool, and a nice open kitchen with an island, a wine cooler, and a coffee station.
Wallace, now lining up wide with the Baltimore Ravens, was traded from the Dolphins to the Minnesota Vikings in 2015 for scraps after a couple of lackluster seasons in Miami in which he never got on the same page as quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Barring a major bidding war, Mike will likely take a loss on the property after purchasing it for $1.075 million in Summer 2013. What goes around comes around, I guess.
Photos via Alex Mccoy of Debianchi Real Estate