Cecil Grant Fielder’s Brevard County Suntree Mansion Up for Auction

Cecil Grant Fielder is one of the professional baseball players who have managed to become cult icons. Cecil Fielder is almost legendary now, and his road to success has been difficult and quite hard. His Suntree mansion in Brevard County is now about to be auctioned, and the mansion is one of the best in the U.S.A and arguably the most famous house in Brevard County. Minimum bid for the house is $1 million, and the auction would take place on May 27th.

The 19,000 square foot home was built way back in 1991 by Premier Cruise Lines co-founder Bruce Nierenberg and his wife Karen. They had reportedly spent $4 million back then in the construction. $1 million minimum bid for the house is almost a steal, for it is not just the main house, you would also get the 4,500-square-foot guesthouse and 5.2 acres of land.

It is almost like paying $50 per square foot just for the house. It is one of the cheapest deals ever, and also one of the most luxurious. In fact, Florida division president of Mercedes Homes reveals that it would cost $300 per square foot to recreate the house in a similar fashion now. There is no point in waiting if you have the money. Go ahead and win the bidding!

Via: Florida Today

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