- Under Armour cofounder Kip Fulks is selling one of his homes for $US13.5 million.
- Located in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, the property contains over 7,150 acres and has amenities for hunting, fishing, and skiing.
- The property can house up to 38 guests.
Under Armour has struggled to keep up with its athletic apparel competitors, failing to gain traction with athletes and consumers. But one of the company’s co-founders, Kip Fulks, may stand to gain over $US13 million if his home sells close to what he’s asking for it.
Located in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, the property known as North Fork Lodge is on the market for $US13.5 million, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Sprawling over 7,150 acres and able to hold dozens of guests, North Fork Lodge allows residents an escape from the bustle of city life. Take a look at the property below.
Fulks and his wife, Beth, bought the property for around $7.8 million in 2007. Fulks has long been fond of it, claiming 'it was love at first sight,' when the property came to his attention.
Despite his decision to sell the property, it has significant sentimental value to Fulks. 'There's a little piece of my heart that's going to go with that place,' he told the Wall Street Journal.
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