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Monday, June 29, 2009

Inside Bernie Kosar's Florida Mansion — Now For Sale

Posted By on Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 11:16 AM

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Bernie Kosar is having some money issues. He's declaring bankruptcy and that means he's most likely going to have to sell a lot of stuff and downsize his lifestyle to pay off his creditors. In that vein, his monstrous mansion in Weston, Florida (which he hasn't paid property taxes on in a couple of years) is now up for sale and Luxist has pics of what you'll get if you have a spare $3.5 million lying around.

The description isn't nearly as fun as the photos, but here it is anyway:

Kosar's home in Weston is a 9,900 square-foot mansion on the lake which has a large backyard area with a summer kitchen, pool, spa and cabanas. It is located in the same community, Windmill Ranch Estates, that Marino lives in and the home has a similar Florida Mediterranean style. This ample residence includes an office/library, a kitchen and a separate butler's kitchen and seven bedrooms.

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