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Florida home of retired ESPN great Brent Musburger for $2.45M

A college football legend

A Florida home with a large column in between the pool and the outdoor living area with a barbecue nearby.
Brent Musburger’s home in Jupiter, Florida
via The Holland Group

The Florida home of legendary sports broadcaster Brent Musburger, who decided to part ways with ESPN and ABC a few months ago, has listed for $2.45 million, according to BC.

The lakefront Jupiter estate is in The Loxahatchee Club, offering four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an open kitchen with a center island, scenic views of the course, and a guest house. Totaling 4,700 square feet, the residence was built in 1994, and was purchased by Musburger for $1.345 million in 1995.

The 77-year-old Musburger left ESPN in January after the recent college football season. He’s semi-retired but quickly launched his own gig in the Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSiN), which is housed at Las Vegas’ South Point Casino and focuses on sports gambling. It airs daily on SiriusXM and as a livestream.

Musburger is one of the most iconic announcers in the history of sports broadcasting. It was recently announced he’ll be honored at the Sports Emmy Awards with the lifetime achievement award, per Variety.