Found March 25, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
It’s true that Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield and his smoking hot wife Amanda Marcum are trying to sell their Fort Myers house. In fact, they’ve been trying to sell the 3,400 sq. ft. house since November of 2011 (497 days), just five months after buying it for $725,000. The current asking price is $675,000. Some are speculating that Enfield timed the sale of his house with a March Madness run and inevitable job offers that are coming his way. Wrong. The Enfields have gone through five price changes on this house since the original 2011 listing, according to Zillow records. The beautifully worded listing of 9583 Via Lago Way: This Maintenance free Single Family Home has it all. It is in a perfect location in the Heart of Ft. Myers in the Renaissance.It is over 3,400 square feet under air and has the wow factor as soon as you step foot in. This home has an expansive split floor plan layout with no wasted space. The Island Kitchen opens up to the Breakfast nook and Living room with 10 foot 90 degree sliders overlooking the Spectacular view. Some more of the features of this home include Tray Ceilings, Crown Molding, Hand Carved wood Floors, 8 foot Solid Core Doors, Light Colors, plantation shutters, Pool and Spa, the list goes on. The Real Highlights of Andy & Amanda’s House: • 4 beds, 3.5 baths • Can throw a rock and hit I-75 • Hot tub/pool combo • On a golf course • About 20 miles from Nick Saban’s beach house • 10 miles from Lookers strip club • 9 miles from Whole Foods Asking: $675,000 Mortgage: $1,600/mo. before taxes & pool maintenance [Buy Andy Enfield's Fort Myers House - Realtor] Filed under: Basketball, Real Estate
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