Dallas Son Chris Bosh Has Impressive Real Estate Holdings


Dallas native Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat is known for his impeccable taste in luxury items from ties to monster mansions. And though he’s had a bit of a tough time unloading his stunning California dream palace in Pacific Palisades, he still has a few nice properties around the Dallas area.


When it comes to professional basketball players and real estate, Bosh is among the NBA’s most prolific spenders. In addition to the Pacific Palisades property, the big man’s holdings include a 12,300-square-foot mansion in Miami Beach that he purchased in 2010 for $12,333 million, as well as a 4,200-square-foot condominium at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Dallas that he bought last year for $3 million. He also owns a pair of properties in Desoto, Texas.


Ritz-Carlton Residences in Dallas

via Heat’s Chris Bosh lists Pacific Palisades mansion at $14.5 million – LA Times.

Chris’ for-sale place on the West Coast is a real palace in the Palisades. For a mere $14.5 million, you’ll get a wonderful ocean-view gated estate on approximately an acre-and-a-half. Secluded at the top of a knoll, the home has spectacular unobstructed views of the gorgeous Pacific Ocean and mountains. The outdoor area is punctuated with a resort-style infinity pool with swim up bar and lounge areas. A huge outdoor eating area features a full outdoor kitchen with pizza oven. There’s even an outdoor shower and large flat grassy area, perfect for extravagant entertaining. Inside, you’ll find a movie theatre, bar area with billiards, basically a total sports bar within the house.

The home is perfect for the CEO-type, with it’s ultra-luxurious office/library. Last but not least, the home has a huge master suite with dual master baths with huge walk-in closets and large ocean view balcony with spa off the master.

For those who need a little extra help around the (giant) house, the home comes with fully-equipped staff quarters.


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