Dallasblack.com: Deion Sanders Finally Sells Luxury Dallas Penthouse For $4.05 Million — Photos


Thursday, August 10, 2017 12:56 AM

Deion Sanders Finally Sells Luxury Dallas Penthouse For $4.05 Million — Photos

By: Monya Fleming

Deion Sanders Finally Sells Luxury Dallas Penthouse For $4.05 Million — Photos
Deion Sanders, former NFL cornerback and MLB outfielder, has finally sold his stunning Dallas penthouse in the Azure building. The condominium with a rooftop pool on the 31st floor sold for $4.05 million after being off-and-on the market since late 2009.

The 5,025 square feet Dallas high-rise featured 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and is one of only two penthouse units at the Azure tower at 2900 McKinnon in Uptown Dallas. Talk about Prime Time real estate!

The two-level penthouse offers views of downtown Dallas with floor-to-ceiling windows. A private elevator leads to the rooftop terrace with a full bar, kitchen, outdoor fireplace, a private pool, and an array of cabanas.

The gourmet kitchen has Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, including a 6-foot tall wine refrigerator. There is custom cabinetry in the kitchen, white and grey veined marble counter tops, and a breakfast counter.

The grand foyer is filled with dramatic with black marble, also featuring a vaulted two-story living room, dining room with a fireplace, and hardwood floors. 

The 31-story Azure building features 24 hr/ security, a fitness center, concierge, valet, and a 17-seat movie theater. 

Sanders and his now ex-wife Pilar Sanders purchased the penthouse in July of 2008 for an undisclosed amount of money, which public records indicate was probably in the high $3 million range. He listed the property initially in late 2009 with an asking price of $7.5 million. 

Deion faced a major setback in 2012 when his realtor stopped by to find the penthouse flooded, after work had been done on the pool. This all went down when Deion was in the middle of a messy divorce with Pilar. 

As a result, Sanders ended up filing a $1 million lawsuit against the pool company for the loss of the use of his penthouse, the loss of value the home now has, loss of rental income and the loss of enjoyment of the property.

Deion settled a $1 million legal battle over damage done to his penthouse in November of 2015.

He relisted the penthouse after leasing it for some time for $4.5 million. He finally accepted an offer of $4.05 million late last month.

In January, the NFL Hall of Famer decided to downsize to a Tiny House, a 600-square-foot dwelling on his property in Cedar Hill, Texas. 

"I want to go tiny because I've been through huge and humongous and wanting everyone to know that I'm successful, but I'm past that," Sanders explains on the show. "Now it's about needs, not wants."

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