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Miami Marlins Star Avisail Garcia Reels In Florida Megamansion for $9M

Outfielder Avisaíl Garcia has settled into his role with the Miami Marlins. Signed through the 2025 season, Garcia has decided to make Miami his home—in a big way.

Right before the start of the 2023 season, he purchased a palatial Coral Gables, FL, property, which had been on the market most recently for nearly $10.5 million.

But the slugger took a swing at a discount, and it paid off. The official price tag on the seven-bedroom, eight-bath, 11,400-square foot dwelling? Exactly $9,062,600, according to public record.

And when the mansion debuted on the market in July 2022 for $12,495,000, it was being offered fully furnished. Let’s take a look at the luxurious home, set in a gated community just seven miles from Miami.

Built in 2020


Surrounded by greenery


Balconies for all


The brand-new home was completed in 2020 and is pristine in every way. It’s also in a coveted spot in this community, as it occupies a corner lot with massive oaks and verdant plantings that act as a privacy buffer.

South Florida’s hurricane season will be no match for this house, thanks to solid construction from the concrete roof and impact-resistant, CGI doors and windows.

Inside, however, glamour takes over.

A grand staircase winds its way to the second floor from the foyer, where you’re greeted by an open-plan living space. Glass doors usher in lovely views and plenty of sunshine, reflecting off the white and light-stone interiors.

The kitchen is outfitted with quartz counters; a generous island with seating for four; and luxe, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.

A dramatic entry


The open kitchen


Family room


The home also has a cozy den and multiple bedrooms with en suite baths. The primary bedroom has a spa bath and is situated in its own wing. Outside, a three-car garage and a gorgeous pool and spa complete the package.

Garcia, 31, made his big-league debut with the Detroit Tigers in 2012 and starred in the playoffs as a rookie. Since then, he has bounced around the big leagues and made the All-Star team in 2017, while playing with the Chicago White Sox. Prior to the 2022 season, Garcia signed a four-year, $53 million contract with the Marlins.

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