Boston Red Sox owner John Henry’s place in Boca Raton, FL, is huge.
It’s a full-on luxury resort, built as his family’s primary residence.
Now he’s trying to unload the crazy property for $25 million.
Check out the pics below:
Description via the Listing:
Welcome to Tashun, ”The House of Peace, ” one of the most majestic and thoughtfully rendered properties in all of South Florida–and a towering example of what distinguishes Le Lac as an exclusive residential community without peer in Boca Raton.Cast on 6.3 exquisitely manicured acres, the aptly named estate charms with its tranquil lakefront views, serene spaces and lush, resort-style landscaping. To that end, it’s a home that doubles as a getaway, making Tashun a great escape in every sense of the term.And yet, upon entering a dramatic foyer decorated with artwork that includes a showpiece chandelier, it’s also evident that the beauty of this 41, 010-square-foot masterpiece lies in the details.In addition to 7 bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms and 9 half baths, the Asian-inspired
Henry bought the site in 1991 for $850,000, and completed the estate in 1995.
Should be a nice little profit.
Henry began his professional life in finance, and eventually established his own firm, John W. Henry & Co., which would go on to become one of the largest commodity brokerage firms in the U.S., with an office in Boca Raton.
The rich get richer.
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