This former NFL player’s Palm Beach home is surprisingly tasteful, and it’s for sale for $4.4m
One way mansions are like NFL players: It's hard to make something that big not look tacky when all dressed up. (Picture John Krahn in his prom tux.) Well, this is that rare thing — a great big house with an appealing sense of proportion and scale.
Former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney is selling his $4,395,000 mansion in Palm Beach Gardens, FL located in the Old Palm Golf Club — an exclusive, guard-gated enclave of luxury homes built around a golf course designed by Raymond Floyd. The contemporary estate sits on a half-acre corner lot and was completed in 2005. It has five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 6,246 square feet of living space. Out back, there's a full outdoor kitchen with sink, dishwasher, and refrigerator. But the true highlight, found in the formal living area, is a two-story wall of windows. Natural light aplenty!
Michael Leibowitz with Leibowitz Realty Group has the listing.
Photos via Realtor.com.