T-Mobile CEO John Legere just bought this sprawling $16.7 million Florida mansion
If you're tired of seeing him in your Twitter feed, just wait until you run into him at Publix.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere just bought this waterfront Naples mansion for $16.7 million. Legere is expected to step down from the company in 2020, perhaps to kick back and relax in one of South Florida's most impressive mansions, while enjoying the view. He just sold his Manhattan penthouse to fashion designer Giorgio Armani, and he's ready to get Floridian with a home that twice the size.
The 6,240 square-foot, four-bedroom, five-and-two half-bath home was designed by architect John Kukk. It offers a full gourmet kitchen with Blue Jeans granite countertops, venetian chandeliers and a 400-bottle wine cellar. It comes with a built-in gas grill, fireplace, infinity pool and wide water views of Galleon Cove from two docks.
The master suite has dual walk-in closets, a master bath with onyx countertops and cherry-inlaid cabinets. Top it off with a security system and cameras, a NuVo home audio system, a private elevator, and a four-car air-conditioned garage – and you're ready to get magenta.
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