Looks like Victor Oladipo’s Florida mansion is worth singing about with its very own professional recording studio!
The Miami Heat have advanced to the NBA finals and are set to compete against the Denver Nuggets. Their current playoff performance could be described as a Cinderella run. One of their shooting guards is currently in search of a suitable residence or footwear.
According to The Media, Victor Oladipo has put his Miami Beach residence on the market for $10 million. The NBA player is currently unable to play due to an injury sustained in April. The property, which is being marketed by Liz Hogan of Compass Real Estate, boasts a total area of 6,500 square feet and comprises seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The mansion is situated on a gated island and offers a range of amenities.
Constructed in the year 2020, the contemporary residence occupies one and a half lots, thereby surpassing the size of other dwellings in the vicinity that occupy only one lot. The current living space does not meet Oladipo’s requirements as he intends to purchase a new residence that offers more room for his daughter’s recreational activities. According to the Media, the individual expressed a desire for his daughter to have access to a tennis court or open land for recreational activities.
In case the Hibiscus Island property’s square footage is deemed sufficient, the property features high ceilings and panoramic doors that provide breathtaking views. Several bedrooms are equipped with en suite bathrooms, while the main suite is accompanied by two walk-in closets.
The exterior area features a spacious pool and outdoor seating, providing guests with the option to relax or dine al fresco. Oladipo has renovated the guesthouse to include a recording studio worth $50,000, which he is currently utilizing to record tracks for his upcoming album. The individual who plays basketball is also a vocalist and has recently released an Afrobeats album in February.
In 2021, Oladipo purchased an island estate for $7.8 million. The property’s proximity to the Heat arena, which is only three miles away, was a contributing factor in his decision to choose this location. As per a report by Douglas Elliman cited in The Wall Street Journal, the average selling price of homes in the Miami Beach region during the first quarter of the current year was $5.4 million, indicating a 24.2 percent rise from the previous year.
The aforementioned valuation of Oladipo’s residence is nearly twice the mean value of the surrounding locality. However, it is worth considering the rarity of NBA-affiliated properties in the area.