The sale could run a house for Fox sportscaster Joe Buck, who has found a buyer for his St. Louis home just a week after listing it for sale.
The 51-year-old staple of play-by-play football and baseball has shared this honeymoon home with his wife, fellow sportscast Michelle Beiser-Buck, for nearly seven years. Now, they have a pending buyer on their $ 3.3 million list – which could mean a $ 2.5 million profit for the familiar voice of the NFL and MLB, According to realtor.com property records.
The house, which he had bought during his engagement with Beisner, According to a 2016 St. Louis magazine feature, Has a double gable exterior with two triangular peaks on the face of the house. Tall, black-layered windows and an occlusal window define the facade, while two dormer windows are outfitted with gray and red shingled ceilings, photos show.
Co-listing agent Megan Rove said, “It is difficult to find a luxury home with a ‘ranch’ feel, which offers an open floor plan and main-floor living.” Told realtor.com.
The covered, arched entrance opens through dark wooden doors onto a modest tiled, chandelier entryway.
To the right, the office has a sloping barrel roof and is filled with footbooks, prizes and sporting memorabilia made from the couple’s work. Buck’s six Emmy Awards including.
Similarly, the basement is filled with souvenirs with 99 numbers. Wayne Gratitsky Jersey, No. 29 John Smoltz Baseball Jersey, Budvisor Neon signs, football helmet and framed sports photos.
The basement has a wet bar and a wine room that can hold close to 1,000 bottles. Also, the two gyms have several pieces of heavy machinery and a full set of weights to list the photos.
The most amazing room in the house is a family room with a roof with French doors. The floor-to-ceiling stone chimney and hardwood floors complement an iron-iron chandelier and rustic wood furnishings that create a “cozy-yet-elegant shabby chic aesthetic”, Beasar Told to St. Louis magazine in 2016.
The French doors to the family room open onto a slope, with 6 acres of lawn. The property has a children’s playground, pool, built-in grill and a decked-out cabana with stone walls, a chimney, television, wrought-iron chandeliers, wooden beams and a steep roof.
Stone countertops and a tan-tiled backplash line the kitchen with a large island, hanging light fixtures and a break nook. And the 340-square-foot owner’s suite is built for two, with dual walk-in closets and a spacious bathroom with twin vanities.
Featuring St. Louis Magazine, the heavy-hitter home built in 1959 was furnished with locally crafted materials by interior designer Sandra Long.
“When people walk into the house, I want them to feel like they can actually sit, not just look at the furniture.” “I didn’t want a show house.”
It is unclear from the property records whether the couple bought the house or for how much, but it was listed in 2012 by its previous owner for less than $ 800,000. It is also unclear whether the couple are now letting their first home together, and property records do not show any new home purchases from Buck. As sales Buck comes “clickbait headlines” about him drinking tequila while drinking games with Troy Aikman.
He shared the house with his two twin sons, who are now about 3 years old, and his dog, Finale. Buck also has two children – Natalie, 24, and Trudi, 21 – with his ex-wife, Ann Archbolt, 49.
Dillman Sotheby’s has an international realty listing with Megan Rowe and Buck Brooks.