ESPN personality Colin Cowherd sells Connecticut home at a loss
Sports radio host Colin Cowherd, who on Friday was dropped by ESPN for controversial comments made on his radio show, has sold his home in West Hartford, Conn., for $1.15 million, according to Estately.
He bought the house in 2010 for $1.34 million, records show.
Trimmed in white, the Colonial-style home was built in 2004 and has about 6,100 square feet of space across three floors.
Updated interiors with dark wood floors and arched doorways include a mudroom entry, formal living and dining rooms, a center-island kitchen, five bedrooms and four bathrooms. A two-way fireplace is shared between the living room and an office/library.
Other features include a walk-out lower level with a media room, a kitchenette and a gym.
A heated swimming pool, expanses of grass and an in-ground trampoline make up the nearly two-acre grounds. Surrounding the property are woods, meadows and a running stream.
The house came on the market in May for $1.7 million and was more recently priced at $1.59 million.
Cowherd also has a home on the market in Naples, Fla., for $4.25 million. Featured in “Home & Design” magazine in 2015, the contemporary-style home is highlighted by a floating glass staircase, mosaic stone walls and dark tongue-and-groove ceilings.
Formal living and dining rooms, a wet bar, four bedrooms and four bathrooms are within the 3,562 square feet of living space. Outdoors, landscaped grounds feature a swimming pool and spa, a covered veranda with a fireplace and multiple balconies.
Cowherd, 51, came under fire this week for comments made about baseball players from the Dominican Republic on his radio show. On Friday, ESPN announced that he would no longer appear on his show for the remainder of his contract, which is set to expire this year.
The TV and radio personality has been the host of “The Herd With Colin Cowherd” on ESPN Radio since 2003. He is reportedly set to join Fox Sports later this year, The Big Lead reported last week.
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