NBA star Victor Oladipo has sold his Orlando, Florida, home, with a shoe collector’s showroom for $1.6 million, according to a deed made publicly available on Friday.
Mr. Oladipo, 29, who started his pro basketball career with the Orlando Magic in 2013, bought the custom-built house in the gated community of Emerson Pointe in 2016 for $1.18 million, property records show.
He listed the home in September with the Jordan and Lanza Team of Mainframe Real Estate LLC.
“Mr. Oladipo decided to sell because he moved to Miami,” said the lead agent, KeAusha Jordan.
Mr. Oladipo, who could not be immediately reached for comment, was traded to Miami Heat this spring. He has also played for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Indiana Pacers and Houston Rockets. He became a first-time NBA All-Star and won the NBA Most Improved Player Award in his first season with Indiana Pacers.
Sitting on more than 0.31 acres, the home has 5,322 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. It features a two-story foyer, a formal dining room with high ceilings and crown molding, a family room with a gas fireplace and built-in cabinetry, a gourmet kitchen equipped with stainless appliances, quartz counters, a double island and a breakfast area, according to the listing.
“There is a customized shoe room right off the primary suite on the first floor, which can store 450 pairs of shoes,” Ms. Jordan said. “It can be converted into an office or a nursery.”
Upstairs, the home has a home theater, an entertainment loft with a wet bar. Outdoors, there is a pool with a spa, a foundation, and a putting green, the listing said.
The home is in proximity to the world-renowned Bay Hill golf course and high-end shopping and dining, Ms. Jordan said.