Shaquille O’Neal Selling Massive Florida ‘Shaq-apulco’ Estate for $28 mil

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Shaquille O’Neal is ready to move out of his incredible 3-acre Orlando mega-mansion … and it could all be yours if you’ve got $28 MILLION floating around.

Shaq’s pad is famous and awesome … 31,000 square feet with 12 bedrooms and a buttload of bathrooms.

Not to mention … a legendary “Shaq Center” athletic facility that is made up of a custom 6,000 square foot basketball court (with bleachers) … where the NBA star once put Harvey Levin on his ass!!

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The estate also boasts the “Shaq-apulco” outdoor area … complete with a 95-foot long swimming pool and a rock waterfall, according to The Wall Street Journal. Obviously, he’s got a hot tub, swim-up bar, walk-in humidor and wine cellar too.

Our sources say these days Shaq’s spending most of his time in Atlanta and L.A. — where he also has Shaq-sized mansions — so it just didn’t make sense to keep the massive Orlando mansion. We’re told he plans to buy a smaller place in Tampa, where his mom lives, because that’s become home base for the family.

The Orlando crib famously appeared on an episode of “Tanked” — where Shaq got a custom Shaq Diesel fish tank installed in the home. No word if that stays with buyer or not.

Shaq bought the property in 1993 for $3.95 mil — but he’s done millions of dollars in custom upgrades and expansion.

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