Former Dolphin Cris Carter’s Marital Home On The Market For $2.3 Million

Cris Carter’s divorced, but his marital home can be yours for $2.3 million (MLS photo)

The Boca Raton house that’s been retired Miami Dolphins wide receiver Cris Carter’s home for more than 20 years is being sold by his ex-wife, and it could be yours for $2.3 million.

Hall-of-Famer Carter, 52, recently signed on the dotted line of a confidential divorce settlement with his wife of 27 years, Melanie Carter.

Within days of the uncoupling, Melanie got the deed to their marital home at 2493 NW 46th Street in the Patch Reef Estates’ Les Jardins neighborhood of Central Boca and put it on the market.

And the lady stands to make a mint: She and the former Minnesota Vikings star bought the 7-bedroom mansion in 1996 for $935,000, property records show.

It’s all paid up and waiting for the right buyer to make Melanie a millionaire!

The former ball player, an ordained minister, couldn’t be reached for comment, and his lawyer isn’t replying to requests for comment.

Currently a star of the silly morning show First Things First on Fox Sports 1, Carter filed against his wife in 2016 in a Palm Beach County family court.

Jose Lambiet,, excerpt posted on, Feb. 22, 2018