Tay­lor takes a loss

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Ex-Dol­phin sells We­ston home.

Pro Foot­ball Hall of Famer and re­tired Mi­ami Dol­phins de­fen­sive end Jason Tay­lor has sold his twos­tory wa­ter­front man­sion in We­ston — at a loss.

A deed recorded on Aug. 14 shows that Tay­lor sold the home, at 2980 Pad­dock Road, to Al­loudin and Rubeena Bhullar for $3.2 mil­lion. The price re­flects a $400,000 loss from when he pur­chased the home in 2006.

Pub­lic busi­ness records show Al­loudin Bhullar op­er­ates mul­ti­ple gas sta­tion busi­nesses, in­clud­ing Hialeah Mo­bil, Pom­pano Truck­stop, Pom­pano Gas Depo and Stir­ling Pe­tro­leum.

Tay­lor’s es­tate, built in 2005, fea­tures a walk-in hu­mi­dor with a cigar/poker room, a curved glass wine cel­lar, bil­liards room and a the­ater.

To­tal­ing 10,247 square feet of liv­ing space, the man­sion is com­prised of seven bed­rooms, 10 bath­rooms, for­mal liv­ing room with fire­place and a gourmet kitchen with a large cen­ter is­land.

Out­side, an in­fin­ity pool and spa along with a large pa­tio and sum­mer kitchen pro­vide the per­fect place for en­ter­tain­ing.

Tay­lor spent most of his 15-year NFL ca­reer as a de­fen­sive end and line­backer for the Dol­phins. He also played for the Wash­ing­ton Red­skins and the New York Jets. He was in­ducted to the Pro Foot­ball Hall of Fame on Aug. 5.

Since his days on the grid­iron, Tay­lor has kept busy off the field. He was a run­ner-up on season six of “Danc­ing with the Stars,” worked as an NFL analyst for ESPN, and has been in­volved with a num­ber of char­i­ta­ble ven­tures, in­clud­ing the Jason Tay­lor Foun­da­tion.

He is cur­rently serv­ing as the de­fen­sive line coach for St. Thomas Aquinas High School. His son just started school as a fresh­man.

ONE SOTHEBY’S IN­TER­NA­TIONAL REAL/COURTESY

Jason Tay­lor’s es­tate, built in 2005, fea­tures a walk-in hu­mi­dor with a cigar/poker room, a curved glass wine cel­lar, bil­liards room and a the­ater. To­tal­ing 10,247 square feet of liv­ing space, the man­sion has seven bed­rooms, 10 bath­rooms, for­mal liv­ing room with fire­place and a gourmet kitchen with a large cen­ter is­land.

RON SCH­WANE/AP

Tay­lor was in­ducted to the Pro Foot­ball Hall of Fame on Aug. 5.

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