Jimmy Butler Buys New Miami Mansion For $7.45M

Life in Miami is pretty sweet for Jimmy Butler.

The Miami Heat star recently bought a $7.45 million property near South Miami while he’s trying to lead the Miami Heat to an NBA championship run. According to the listing, the mansion is a six-bedroom, six-bathroom home at 7416 Southwest 49th Place in the gated neighborhood of Stonegate.

The European-inspired build, which the listing bills as “the best location in Miami,” is just one of 12 in the gated Stonegate community.

Jimmy’s new pad has its very own tennis court and park.

Jimmy Butler started his career with the Chicago Bulls back in 2011. The man known as Jimmy Buckets then played for the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Philadelphia 76ers before joining the Heat in 2019. With Butler on board, the team made it to the NBA finals in 2020.

They appear to be on track for another Championship run.

Check out some pics of his pad courtesy of Realtor.com:


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