Warren Sapp's house is up for sale in 'The New York Times'
Sep/30/12 10:06 PM Filed in: Warrren Sapp
If you woke up Sunday morning and thumbed through The New York Times while sipping on your morning coffee, you may have been able to find your new Tuscan style two-story estate that no doubt includes the words "QB Killa" etched into various places.
Warren Sapp's house that has nearly 10,000 square feet is up for auction as part of an agreement stemming from the dismissal of his bankruptcy case this week. An advertisement appeared in Sunday's Times. Include in Sapp's filings were a lion skin rug, 240 pairs of Air Jodans and a signed Muhammad Ali boxing glove, reports TMZ.
The house is the crown jewel. What can you get at Sapp's house?
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.