If Guma Aguiar returns home, it will likely be to a new home.
A 6-year-old mansion was bought by the Fort Lauderdale multimillionaire and his wife Jamie in 2010 for $4.6 million, according to Broward County records, and is for sale at $5,150,000.
Aguiar, 35, is presumed missing at sea since steering his fishing boat toward the Atlantic Ocean on June 19.
Jamie Aguiar's lawyer has said the mother of four young children is coping with her husband's disappearance and wants to downsize.
The 9,569-square-foot, British Colonial-style residence is on a property ringed by palm trees and is ideal for boaters.
Set across a quaint bridge in the exclusive Rio Vista Isles neighborhood, it has a private dock and can accommodate two yachts on a wide canal, Internet listings state.
Decorated in cool whites, creams, grays and blues, the six bedroom, two-story home has six baths; two half-baths; a pool and whirlpool; elevator; office; fireplaces; a walk-in wine cellar; children's swing set; three-car garage; half-moon drive; columned patios and porches that overlook the waterway.
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