Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is set to get married in July, and he just scored a new place to live, according to the Miami Herald.
Spoelstra bought a $2.6 million place in Coconut Grove, and the Herald calls it a "historic house."
Spoelstra is engaged to Nikki Sapp, a former Heat dancer. They've been together for more than five years.
Here are some pictures and descriptions from the property listing:
Located at 3720 Poinciana Avenue, this house was first built in 1937.
The house was "recently totally renovated w/attention to detail and the finest fixtures & finishes throughout."
The listing also touts "light filled living spaces w/wide-plank wood flooring & vaulted wood-beamed ceilings."
The property was initially listed at $3,395,000 in July 2015.
The previous sale price for this property was $2,375,000 in June 2014.
The listing calls this a "secluded & gated Plantation-style estate surrounded by lush tropical gardens, winding pathways & canopied by majestic oaks."
According to the Herald, Spoelstra's previous home was a two-bedroom condo at the residences at the Ritz-Carlton in Coconut Grove.
There are five bedrooms.
The square footage of the house 4,294.
There are 5.5 bathrooms.
There's even a fan outside.
The pool is 20 feet by 40 feet.
It includes a one-bedroom, one-bath guest cottage.
For those concerned with feng shui, the front exposure is north.
A shaded exterior patio area.
The carport is detached from the house and can accommodate three vehicles.