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Gabrielle & D. Wade Put Their Super Fab Miami Abode On The Market For $32M After Officially Moving To L.A.

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Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union put their Miami Beach mansion on the market for $32.5million after officially moving to Los Angeles. More inside…

Retired NBA player Dwyane Wade and Hollywood actress Gabrielle Union are unloading their Miami mansion as they set up shop in Los Angeles.

The superstar couple put their northern Miami Beach property on the market for a cool $32 million, three times the amount it was purchased for in 2010.

The retired Miami Heat player bought the six-bedroom, nine baths and two half baths Miami waterfront estate for $10.645 million and renovated it, according to public records.

The 14,000 square foot home sits behind private gates and it features several uber fab amenities, including a wine cellar, a game room, state-of-the-art professional theater, a barbershop, an outdoor basketball court (of course), and a gorgeous pool that overlooks the Biscayne Bay. Being a waterfront property, the home offers incredible views from almost every room in the house. These upgrades tremendously increased the volume of the home.

Now, the Wades will primarily reside in Los Angeles, however, D. Wade will remain bi-coastal. The happy couple purchased a $6 million, 8,650-square-foot home in Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2018. They welcomed their daughter, Kaavia James Union Wade, that same year.

D. Wade’s son, Zaire Wade (from a previous relationship) now plays basketball at the Sierra Canyon School in LA, alongside LeBron James’ son Bronny James, which is cool since D. Wade and King James were teammates when they played for the Miami Heat.



Meanwhile, Gabby films her television shows, "America's Got Talent" and "L.A.'s Finest" in L.A.  And has had her own home there for years.

“You can definitely call me a local because I have to pay taxes here,” Wade told The Wall Street Jounral. “My family is here, so most of my time will be spent here now supporting my family, but I also have a family in the Miami Heat that I’m going to go back and show love to.”

Welcome to the west coast! 

Photos: Douglas Elliman/MLS/Getty

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