A lead executive with the Celebration Golf Club and other golf courses in Florida paid $3.75 million last week for a lakefront home in Keene's Pointe.
Located on Grosvenor Shore Drive, the 8,677-square-foot custom home built by Stonebridge Homes sits on just under 4.5 acres and includes two boat docks, one covered.
The buyer was William Joshua Davis, who is also a managing member of the business entity behind the Jack Nicklaus-signature Golden Bear Club at Keene's Pointe golf course.
Davis could not be reached for comment. Privacy was important in his selection of a house in the guard-gated community on Lake Tibet-Butler, said Angela Durruthy, a Realtor with Keene's Pointe Realty who represented both sides in the transaction.
"They want to live their private lives on the lake. He enjoys fishing," Durruthy said of Davis. "It's a wonderful setting, very peaceful and quiet. It fits their style of living."
Built in 2011, the house has seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-baths. The kitchen, which is open to the family room, has a view of the lake and features a walk-in pantry. An adjoining "man cave" has a pool table, bar, multiple televisions and theater. A stained cypress lanai overlooks a pool and spa with waterfall, grotto and slide.
The seller was Farm Investments Group, a Windermere-based company headed by Carla Fontana and Valter Ferreira, state and county records show.
The deed was signed March 27 and recorded two days later in Orange County.