Tampa Bay Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer Sells His Amazing Mansion For $24 Million

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Bought for $14 million in 2000, put on the market several weeks ago for $27.5 million, and sold promptly for $24 million, this Palm Beach mansion was a great investment for Malcolm Glazer.

It’s about the only good thing to happen this season to the owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-11 and possibly for sale) and Manchester United F.C. (second in the league but hugely in debt).

The $24 million sale is also uplifting for the Palm Beach market, which has suffered from foreclosures and falling prices in 2009. The sale is the region’s biggest of the year, according to Palm Beach Daily News.

Finally, the place is in pristine condition. Glazer never actually lived there, and the new owner, real estate investor Jeffrey Green, probably won’t either.

Gaze at Glazer’s $24 Million Mansion>>>

The view from South Ocean Boulevard

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A gorgeous facade

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What a backside!

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A golden vestibule

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Mahogony living room with an ocean view

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Stone-tiled portico

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Classy stairwell with a stone arch

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The hot tub looks over the swimming pool

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Water from the hot tub falls into the pool

Did we mention the Mediterranean Revival stylings of architect Addison Mizner?

The house is 43,000 square feet

The estate is 3.8 acres

Lots of beautiful stone arches

Check out the nearby tennis club and the pristine beach.

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Uh-oh: the neighbour's mansion is even bigger!

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