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Adriana Lima sells her Miami mansion for $40M... after snapping it up for $9M in 2010

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Adriana Lima has sold her Florida mansion for $40million.The former Victoria's Secret Angel has made a cool profit after buying the Miami property for $9million in 2010.The Biscayne Bay home - which is situated on the exclusive Indian Creek Island, nicknamed America's Billionaire Bunker - boasts a roster of neighbors including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.

Nice price:Adriana Lima has sold her Florida mansion for $40million. The former Victoria's Secret Angel has made a cool profit after buying the Miami property for $9million in 2010 She looks better than ever: Lima at the Last Night in Soho film premiere in Los Angeles in OctoberAlso in the area is herformer colleague Gisele Bundchen and her husband Tom Brady.

According to The Real Real, records show that the 40-year-old supermodel sold the property - a 6,465 square foot single story home built in 1958 on 2 acres of land with 200 feet of waterfront - to Melep International, a company based in the British Virgin Islands.The beauty - who has a reported net worth of $95 million - has repeatedly ranked among the world's highest paid models before retiring from the lingerie giant in 2018.

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