Shaq Is Selling His $28 Million Superman-Themed Mansion. Here’s A Peek Inside
Shaquille O'Neal's $28 million waterfront estate hit the market Thursday and, yes, it has basketball court. And so. Much. More.
The 31,000-square-foot Florida mansion comes with a 95-foot-long swimming pool, home theater, wine and cigar cellar. But that's just the relatively common celebrity mansion fare. Shaq's home also boasts an Ancient Egypt-themed room with a triangular saltwater fish tank and a full-size wall-mounted diesel truck aquarium with a life-size photo of Shaq in the front seat.
O'Neal has owned the 12 bedroom and 15 bathroom estate located just outside of Orlando since 1993, when he bought it for just under $4 million. A decade after O'Neal bought the mansion, it was featured on MTV Cribs, where the basketball great showed off his "master retreat," a wing dedicated entirely to the master suite and outfitted with a huge walk-in closet, 900-square-foot bedroom and oversized Superman-themed bed.
The Superman theme shows up throughout the house, with the logo appearing on glass in the bathroom and mirrors in the 17-car "showroom-style" garage (the home also comes with a second garage, which contains a dance studio and recording studio, in addition to car space, according to its listing). On the waterfront deck, a life-size Superman statue gazes out over Lake Butler.
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