Boozer, who played for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Utah Jazz, Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers before retiring in 2017, purchased the house at 7450 SW 100th St. in January 2012 as his primary residence. He paid $1.8 million.
He then renovated the house, investing at least $1 million into it, according to Katrina Campins, a luxury real-estate specialist with the Katrina Campins Group at Trump International Realty.
“Carlos is a perfectionist. He has top-of-the-line everything,” said Campins. “He also keeps the property in immaculate condition. He has somebody who comes in twice a week to take care of the grounds, in addition to the gardener.”
Other features of the home, which was built in 2011, include: new kitchen cabinets and countertops; a media room; professional-grade Sub-Zero, Miele and Wolf appliances; high-impact PGT windows; a Crestron smart-home system; a 16-camera, state-of-the-art security system; a 20-kilowatt generator; and a guest house. Boozer converted one of the rooms into a “PlayStation Room” that holds all his basketball memorabilia, Campins said.
Outside, there’s a brand-new fire pit area, as well as a pool, cabana, basketball court, and gazebo. The house is gated and sits on just over 1 acre.
“It’s a beautiful Florida home,” Campins said. “You feel like you have a lot of privacy there because it’s such a big lot.”
Boozer married his longtime girlfriend, Aneshka Smith, in June 2017 and is planning to stay in the Pinecrest area, Campins said.
Boozer, whose full name is Carlos A. Boozer Jr., was a member of the USA Olympic Men’s Basketball Team and helped the team earn a bronze medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and a gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. He now hosts a podcast for Sports Illustrated with former NBA teammate Nate Robinson.
*Courtesy of SunSentinel*