Ex-quarterback Vick sells Davie home
6,295-square-foot, two-story estate sold for $1.339M
Former National Football League quarterback Michael Vick and his wife, Kijafa Vick, recently sold their Davie home for $1.399 million, the full asking price. Real-estate agent Giselle Bonetti of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate in Weston represented the sellers in the transaction.
The 6,295-square-foot, two-story estate, at 12529 S. Stonebrook Circle, is located within the gated Stonebrook Estates neighborhood. It features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a chef ’s kitchen with walk-in pantry and two SubZero refrigerators, a master bedroom with sitting area and coffee bar, and a home theater. Built in 2005 on a lot just less than an acre, the property also has four garages, a freeform pool, spa, lounging areas and water views.
The estate was seen in VH1’s reality-television series, “Baller Wives,” a show in which Vick and his wife are cast members.
Stonebrook Estates is a popular choice for South Florida’s professional athletes to call home because it’s easily commutable to local sports stadiums and arenas, Bonetti said. The community offers privacy and security but is also close to private schools, shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
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“It’s a sought-after community if you want to be in the heart of it all,” she said. “It’s not a cookie-cutter community. Every home is different.”
The sellers received multiple offers on the house, Bonetti said, but went with the best one, which wasn’t necessarily the highest. “We priced it to sell, which is why we got a full-price offer on it,” she added.
According to public records, the Vicks purchased the property in May 2013 for $1.32 million.
Vick played 13 seasons in the NFL, primarily for the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles, although he played one season each as well for the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2007, he pleaded guilty of being involved in a dog-fighting ring and was sentenced to 23 months in federal prison. In April 2018, Vick was named the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta team of a new professional football league, the Alliance of American Football, which kicks off in February 2019.
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The 6,295-square-foot, two-story estate, at 12529 S. Stonebrook Circle, is located within the gated Stonebrook Estates neighborhood.