In 2020, the future Football Hall of Famer bought the 10,000-square-foot home for $3.225 million. Now, it's back on the market for nearly $7 million.
Doubling in value is an exciting prospect, but we'll have to wait and see if Gore's request is really realistic or just a wish. Either way, we're all in favour of this six-bedroom luxury home.
This Miami neighbouring home is full of glitz and glamour and may even have a Vegas feel to it, thanks to all the shiny silver surfaces and ornate chandeliers. The spacious great room boasts soaring ceilings and plenty of windows, with Florida's famous sunshine flooding the entire living space.
The chef's kitchen features a large island, walk-in pantry, two dishwashers and two ovens for easy holiday entertaining and dinner parties.
The master bedroom is located on the ground floor and boasts a separate sitting area, wet bar, walk-in wardrobe and luxury bathroom.
There is also a one-bedroom guest house that doubles as a pool cabana. There is no end to the fun to be had here. The residence features two bars, one indoors and the other outdoors. Other recreational amenities include a swimming pool, basketball court, play area, gym, sauna, game room and home theatre.
Gore was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 2005 and went on to play 16 seasons with a number of teams including the Miami Dolphins, Indianapolis Colts and Buffalo Bills. During his career, he racked up 16,000 rushing yards, which ranks third on the all-time rushing yards list.