Look Inside Former Eagles and Falcons QB Michael Vick's $2.4 Million Mansion


Former Falcons and Eagles superstar quarterback Michael Vick is selling his luxurious South Florida home, and it could be yours for $2.4 million.

Check out the home in the video above, and you’ll find six bedrooms and six bathrooms spread across more than 9,000 square feet.

The property sits on an acre of land and includes a custom pool, full regulation size outdoor basketball court and guesthouse with bedroom and its own kitchen.

Vick, his wife Kijafa and four children will soon move into their third home in less than two years, after first selling another South Florida home in 2018 near the headquarters of the Miami Dolphins in Davie, Florida for $1.4 million to former New England Patriots defensive end Lawrence Guy.

His real estate agent Giselle Bonnetti is again working with Vick to sell this home located in Plantation, Florida, about a 30-minute drive from Fort Lauderdale beach.

Vick bought the property for $2.38 million in December 2018 after it was listed in April 2018 for $1.999 million. The home was a new build that year and likely included upgrades.

Vick has come a long way financially since paying back creditors in 2017 the more than $17 million he owed after filing for bankruptcy in 2008. He earned more than $59 million dollars in the NFL after being released from prison, playing for the Eagles, Jets and Steelers from 2009 to 2015.

Vick was originally drafted by the Atlanta Falcons with the first overall pick in the 2001 NFL draft. He earned Comeback Player of the Year honors in 2010, became the first quarterback to rush for 1,000 yards in a single season and still holds the record for most career rushing yards by a quarterback with more than 6,000. He was named a Pro Bowler four times.

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