Diehard Drake fans have a chance to get a sense of how the Young Money star lived with his former Miami mansion reportedly hitting the market for a cool $4 million.

According to reports, NBA star Mario Chalmers‘ run in Drizzy’s crib has come to an end.

Mario Chalmer, the point guard for NBA team Miami Heat, has reportedly listed his home in Biscayne Bay, Fla., for $4 million. Chalmer had paid $2.4 million for the 5,475-square-foot condo two years ago, but it wasn’t that big when Drake bought it. The “Forever” hit maker bought two units on the floor and broke down a wall to combine the two residences. (Realty Today)

Last fall, Drake earned a few million after selling his hometown home.

Drake won’t be going home to his posh Yorkville condo. The Toronto-raised rapper sold his 1 St. Thomas St. condo for $3.75 million, below the asking price of $4.2 million when it went on the market this July, confirmed local real estate website and research firm BuzzBuzzHome on Wednesday. The price was later lowered to $3.895 million and sold on Oct. 21, a few days before his 27th birthday and hometown concert last week. (Metro News)

After some mounted speculation, Drizzy’s real estate agent confirmed his crib was up for grabs last summer.

The three-bedroom dwelling that occupies 3,600 square feet on the 22nd floor of a high-rise condo building on St. Thomas St. includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a pair of heated balconies. You can have all that and access to the building’s amenities, including a pool, sauna, gym and valet parking, for $4.2 million. The price doesn’t cover maintenance fees, which total $3,361.51 monthly, but it does include two parking spots. (The Star)

In March 2012, he sold one of his Miami cribs to Chalmers.

South Beach-based attorney Matthew Krieger represented Miami Heat player Mario Chalmers in the $2.6 million purchase of a five bedroom, six bath condo (created by merging two units together) at the Marquis in downtown Miami. Seller? Aubrey Graham, better known as Canadian rapper Drake. (Miami Herald)