Monday, December 28, 2015

Colin Cowherd Sells Naples FL Home

Fox Sports Radio and FS1 television host Colin Cowherd has sold his home in Naples, FL for $3.9 million. The buyer was Allen Lenzmeier, former president and chief operating officer of Best Buy Co.

The two-story contemporary-style house, designed by architect Matthew Kragh and completed this year, features a floating steel-and-wood staircase, mosaic stone walls and porcelain tile floors.

Open-plan living and dining rooms, a center-island kitchen with a wavy pearl backsplash, an office and a lofted area are within the 3,562-square-foot interior. Rows of windows and bi-folding glass doors bring the outdoors inside

The house came to market in April for $4.25 million, public records show. Cowherd bought the property in 2013 for $1.325 million.

The sale caps off a string of real estate moves for Cowherd, who in August joined Fox Sports as an on-air personality after more than a decade at ESPN.

Earlier this year, the radio host sold his house in West Hartford, Connecticut, for $1.15 million. The Colonial-style home, on nearly 2 acres, has a media room, a library and five bedrooms.

He then paid $3.095 million for a five-bedroom house in the Tree Section area of Manhattan. Trimmed in white, the East Coast-inspired residence boasts wide-plank wood floors, open-plan living areas and a paver patio with a built-in barbecue.

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