NSYNC's Joey Fatone long ago said "bye bye bye" to the Orlando mansion he designed, but the home known as Grande Oaks is anything but gone.
The five-bed, nine-bath lakefront palace hit the market this week, offering us a look inside the sort of home that topping the charts during the CD boom can get you. And what a home it is. It comes complete with its own movie theater, billiards room and a full gym.
The pride of this home on the much-prized Butler Chain of Lakes is out back, however. That's where Fatone installed a resort-style pool complete with islands reached by bridges. A bar floats out over the water in between the homes back door and private basketball court. A description of the property notes that the pool alone cost over a million dollars.
Fatone sold the home in 2011 to Three-W Canada International, a private school management corporation, for $3.3 million. Times (and prices) have changed and the sellers are hoping to get $7.9 million for the gated estate at 9726 Kilgore Road
. The listing is represented by Suzi Karr of Premier Sotheby's.