The new home in Keene's Pointe for Orlando Magic head coach Frank Vogel and his family.
The new home in Keene's Pointe for Orlando Magic head coach Frank Vogel and his family. (Keene's Pointe Realty)

New Orlando Magic head coach Frank Vogel and wife Jennifer are putting down roots in Windermere, paying $3.075 million on Aug. 15 for a lakefront home in the gated community of Keene's Pointe.

Located in the 6000 block of Grosvenor Shore Drive, the 1.37-acre lot features a two-story Stonebridge custom home built in 2010 on Lake Tibet Butler, with five bedrooms and 5.5 baths across 6,947 square feet of living area.


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The home's highlights on the first floor include a four-car garage, game room, media room, study and gourmet kitchen, along with a breakfast nook overlooking an outdoor pool and patio, according to listings online.

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The home has a two-story screened outdoor living area with floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, summer kitchen and bar area, a rock grotto saltwater pool with water slide and hot tub, a sports court and chipping/putting green.

The Vogels took out a $2 million loan from Fifth Third Mortgage Co.

Listing broker was Angela Durruthy of Keene's Pointe Realty. The home was first listed at $3.799 million in November 2015, dropping $724,000 over nine months on the market.

The sellers were Michael B. and Tina M. Calvo, owners and managers of various businesses in the Orlando area, including Entertainment Retail Enterprises, and company that designs, develops, produces and manufactures products for retailers, and has an apparel screen printing and drinkware decorating facility in Orlando, per its website.

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