December 12, 2018

Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million

Red Sox owner John Henry is asking $25 million for his Florida mega-mansion, which he's nicknamed the "House of Peace" for its Japanese influences. The Boca Raton estate comes with 7 bedrooms and 14.5 bathrooms, and sits on lakefront property in Le Lac, a private 32 home community. Features include an outdoor kitchen with pizza oven, a movie theater, a sports bar, a library, a gym, a loft, an underground wine cellar, a recording studio, a pool and a clay tennis court. Henry also owns the Boston Globe and the Liverpool Football Club.

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Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million
Red Sox owner selling his ridiculous Florida mega-mansion for $25 million