Miami Dolphins lineman Jermon Bushrod buys Davie manse for $1.8M

Bushrod re-signed with Miami in the offseason

Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod, an offensive guard who joined the team before the 2016 season, purchased an 8,000-square-foot home in Davie with his wife, Jessica, for $1.785 million, reports the South Florida Business Journal.

The modern residence was remodeled in 2017 and features new high-end finishes, according to listing agent Jordan Fischer of No Limit Real Estate. It has six bedrooms; seven bathrooms; a gym area; loft with a balcony; marble and wood flooring; and an expansive backyard entertaining area that includes an oversized pool with a jacuzzi, swim-up tiki bar, and adjacent summer kitchen.

The home was built on a 40,000-square-foot lot in 2005 and last sold out of foreclosure for $1.055 million in April 2016.

The 32-year-old Bushrod recently signed a one-year deal to return to Miami that could be worth up to $3 million, and figures to be in the mix for one of Miami’s two starting guard spots this upcoming season.

Davie’s a popular spot for Dolphins players because of its proximity to the team’s practice facilities in addition to Hard Rock Stadium.