The owners of England's fastest growing wine import company are now part-time residents of Reunion Resort.
Tony and Veronica Cleary, founders of Lanchester Group, paid $2.1 million for a nearly 10,000-square-foot estate home on Legends Corner in the golf resort. The custom home was built in 2013 on a double lot and boasts a four-car garage with separate golf cart garage and an elevator.
About the only thing it doesn't have is a temperature-controlled wine cellar.
The Clearys didn't have one in 1980 when Tony quit his job to start Lanchester Wine Cellars, according to a profile by The Times of London. They now supply more than 1,000 clients across Northern England and have grown the company to add a bottling plant and on-site sustainable energy plant.
"Everything in that home was oversized," Triton parnter Mike Donnelly told GrowthSpotter. "There must have been four or five 80-inch TVs. The master had separate his and hers bathrooms, connected by a walk-through closet."
Donnelly teamed up with La Rosa Realty agent Vilmarys Fuentes to represent the seller, Sid Taylor, who plans to build an even larger house in the new Jack Nicklaus-themed Bear's Den community of Reunion.