Mansion once owned by Horace Grant, back on sale


horace-grant-orlando-gogglesOnce owned by former NBA star Horace Grant, a luxury Central Florida home on the shores of Lake Maitland is now back on sale at a big discount when compared to its previous listing price of $11.9 million, according to Bizjournals.com.

A 17,000-square-foot, two-story mansion a short walk away from Winter Park’s Park Avenue that was built in 2000 for Horace Grant has been listed for a reduced price of nearly $8 million by Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s Mick Night and John Pinel.

The house features seven bedrooms, five partial bathrooms, 2.1-acre site, Game room with bar; theater; gym; detached guest suite; family room with fireplace, bar and sliding glass walls; summer kitchen with wet bar and bathroom, ballroom for 200 guests with wet bar and service kitchen, an elevator, a master retreat with private balcony and staircase, walk-in closet with built-in shelving, fireplace, views of Lake Maitland and coffered ceilings, pool deck with terraced gardens, spa, heated infinity pool and summer kitchen.

The mansion also has a boathouse with covered dock and lift and sitting areas.

“There is nothing in Central Florida that compares to this property,” Night said in a prepared statement. “The residence was built for large-scale entertaining and it certainly delivers.”

Grant — who was traded by the Magic before the 1999-2000 season— sold the property for $5 million to Orlando developer and philanthropist Alan Ginsburg in 2004, Orange County records showed. A year ago, the home was listed by Stockworth Realty Group, as previously reported by OBJ.

Grant spent 17 seasons in the NBA, playing for Chicago Bulls, Orlando Magic, Seattle Supersonics and Los Angeles Lakers. He won four NBA titles – three with Chicago Bulls and one with LA Lakers.

In his 1165 games (1037 started) in the league, Grant averaged 11.2 ppg, 8.1 rpg and 1.0 bpg.

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