January 05, 2018

Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour

Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick (the one with the braids) is finally saying "Bye Bye Bye" to his Orlando lakefront party pad. The former boy band star just offloaded the estate for $1.69 million, down considerably from his initial asking price of $2.2 million back in 2015. Located at 8040 Firenze Blvd in the Dr. Phillips area, the 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath mansion comes with two game rooms, a theater, a party room, a wet bar with an ice top, a music room, a recording studio, and a media room. So much party potential. Also the place comes with a killer pool, a grotto with a waterfall, and a dock for your jet skis, or whatever party boat you choose.

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Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour
Former 'N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick just sold his Orlando mansion for $1.6 million, let's take a tour