There’s no denying that it is a tough time to be a Miami Dolphins fan. With a crappy record, it’s also a tough time to be head coach Tony Sparano. Rumors have been flying that Sparano may be out before the season is over and one thing adding fuel to the fire is that he has listed his home in Davie, Florida. According to a recent article in the Miami Herald, Sparano has said that the move is more of a downsizing one and has nothing to do with his coaching career. He and his wife are now empty nesters so they have listed their five-bedroom home for $1.499 million. The home was built in 2002 and is described in the listing as a builder’s masterpiece in one of Davie’s most desirable communities. The home has a gourmet kitchen, home theater and marble floors. Outside there is a lakefront pool and an outdoor kitchen. The property has a built-in generator and impact windows to keep the home secure and the power on when hurricane winds are blowing.
Have a flip thru to peep the digs!!!