And he’s hoping to make a mint, too.
The three-time NBA champ, 56, wants $4.8 million for a waterfront mansion he bought 15 years ago for $875,000, according to Collier County records.
He and wife Dinah had the house leveled and re-built in 2001.
It’s located at 308 Neapolitan Way in the fancy Park Shore section of the Gulf Coast city and boasts 9,530 square feet of space, a 500-gallon salt water fish tank, a 10-seat home theater and, of course, a regulation basketball hoop on the driveway near the four-car garage.
The move comes as Bird signed a contract to take over the Indiana Pacers’ basketball operations, something that won’t give him much time to spend in Florida.