The 9,250-square-foot home has seven bedrooms (all with their own full bathroom suites). It also comes with a movie theater, Las Vegas-style poker room, a backyard pool, putting green and a separate guest house

Dan Marino’s former Parkland palace has hit the market.

Real estate agent Michael Citron is listing the home at 6429 NW 65th Way. Asking price is $2.95 million – exactly what Marino paid in 2005.

The 9,250-square-foot home has seven bedrooms (all with their own full bathroom suites). It also comes with a movie theater, Las Vegas-style poker room, a backyard pool, putting green and a separate guest house. 

The legendary Miami Dolphin, who lost his gig recently as an NFL studio host for CBS, owned the home but never actually lived there. He tried to auction it in 2008, at the height of the housing bust, but settled for the MLS. He sold it to David L. Spiller later that year for a $600,000 loss, property records show.


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Now Spiller wants to downsize and move closer to a business in Miami, Citron said.

In 2011, Marino sold his nearly 20,000-square-foot Weston mansion for $7.2 million, or less than half the asking price. He bought it for $2.15 million in 1995, though he also spent plenty more to renovate the estate. He and wife Claire still own a condo in the area.