In late December, the fourth-year player paid $10.5 million for an estate in the Pinecrest neighborhood of Miami-Dade County. According to The Real Deal, a South Florida real estate news site, the price is a record for the Pinecrest area and more than double what was paid when the home was first bought in 2021. According to Robb Report, the home is one of nine area properties to be sold for $8 million or more.
Herro, who signed a four-year, $130 million contract extension with the Heat in October, is getting his money’s worth from his new home. The 9,505-square-foot home has eight bedrooms and 8½ bathrooms set in a tropical garden.
It is a modern-style home with floor-to-ceiling windows. The home includes marble and wood imported from Brazil and Italy, according to Robb Report. There is a wine cellar, a chef’s kitchen and an expansive media room.
Being South Florida, Herro, 22, can also enjoy the outdoors at his new digs. There is a large pool with a cabana and outdoor kitchen.