MLB first baseman Mike Napoli hit it out of the park with the purchase of a luxurious new Florida manse. The ultra-contemporary carried a $7 million price tag, but looks as dazzlingly up-to-date as can be. It’s constructed of steel and concrete, and extends to a healthy 12,000 square feet.
The Cleveland Indians player has had a rough year marked by injury, so the purchase may have been a much-needed diversion for the Florida native; in any case, it indicates that he’s planning on putting down roots in Fort Lauderdale. And it’s an ideal spot for recovery.
The home’s interiors are glassy, cool, and washed out, with beige-grey hardwood and tile floors, glass accents, and walls and walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. The interiors are open and liberated; the massive center great room presents a stunning sense of scale, and rises to a second-floor gallery with a solid glass balustrade.
The property features frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as a sprawling rooftop terrace, a large zero-edge swimming pool, and a deep water dock.