Warren Sapp’s financial troubles led him to file for bankruptcy in April, and now his mansion is being sold. A bankruptcy court has listed the Windermere, Florida, mansion for $3.774 million, according to Realtor.com. If it doesn’t sell, it will go up for auction on Nov. 1.
Here’s what we’re working with, per Realtor.com:
A custom Tuscan style two-story estate home on Lake Butler in the Exclusive ‘Reserve at Lake Butler Sound’ Gated Community. Designed by renowned architect Terry Irwin and custom built by Akers Custom Homes, the home boasts a total of 15,162′ SF with 9,880′ SF of living area on 2.90′ acres. The estate has 500′ feet of combined frontage on Lake Butler with a covered boathouse with dock, a boatlift and 2 personal watercraft lifts. In addition to the elegant custom swimming pool with built-in slide, waterfall and lazy river there is a fully equipped summer kitchen featuring a wolf gas grill with custom vent hood, kohler sink, sub zero refrigerator, and stone surfaces overlooking an expansive pool / lanai area with breathtaking Lake Butler and Nature Preserve Views.
This estate home has four large bedrooms including an immense master suite, five full bathrooms and three half bathrooms, living room, formal dining room, family room, kitchen, breakfast room, wine cellar, study, exercise room, recreation room, theatre, 2 laundry rooms, mud room and a 4 car garage. The interior has custom fixtures and appointments including marble, travertine, hardwood and carpeted flooring, custom window treatments, hand painted gold leaf crown and door moldings throughout, venetian plaster finishes, an advanced Crestron Smart House home control system and much more!
Dang, Warren’s really missing out. This pad is awesome. If you have the means, I highly suggest you pick it up.
Pictures of the mansion are below. Let’s start with my favorite part — the custom pool featuring a water slide:
So if you just so happen to have an extra four million lying around and you’re still interested, here’s the official listing at Realtor.com.Google+
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