Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion
Six-year Tampa Bay Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is looking to score on his lakefront Tampa mansion.
Located at 16222 Sierra De Avila, the 5,004-square-foot home sits inside the well-to-do Avila gated-community. Built in 2009, the home comes with 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, as well as a 1,000-bottle wine room, a whole house generator, an elevator, a 4-car garage, an outdoor kitchen, and a screened-in pool and spa.
In 2006, Black was drafted in the third round by the Bucs, and played a total of six seasons with the team. According to property records, Black purchased the home for $1,670,00 in April of 2012, just a few months before suffering a severe injury after tackling San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Matthews. Ultimately, the injury ended his professional football career.
Black's home is currently asking $2,500,000, and the listing agent is Michelle Fitz- Randolph of Coldwell Banker Residential.
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