The family of a banking software exec from Charlotte, North Carolina just paid $5.25 million for a house in Orlando’s ritzy Isleworth Golf & Country Club neighborhood.
According to a deed recorded in Orange County, the buyers are husband and wife Kenneth and Carrie Garcia.
Kenneth is a senior vice president at PrecisionLender, a Q2 Company. The firm’s platform provides coaching and commercial banking sales assistance.
The couple paid a little more than $650 per square foot for the six-bedroom, 8,050-square-foot home set in the 5,000 block of Isleworth Country Club Drive.
The sellers, Robert and Cori Posniak, bought the property in 2011 for $2.2 million.
The two-story house was built in 1992 on about about an acre of land. It includes ample water frontage of Lake Butler and a boat dock.
Monica Lochmandy with Isleworth Realty LLC had the listing. According to online marketing material the previous owners updated its interiors prior to selling.
The house hit the market in 2018 asking $6.65 million. Emily Lewis at Lakeside Realty Windermere Inc. brought the buyers.
Notable features include a marble floating staircase at its entrance and a wine room with storage for more than 600 bottles.
Other features include a media room, home office and a large bathroom with floor-to-ceiling marble tile, a walk-in shower with multiple jets and a soaking tub. Outside the house features a summer kitchen and pool.
Homes along the coast of Lake Butler have long attracted the wallets of business execs and celebrity athletes.
Nearby, basketball icon Shaquille O’Neal listed his massive 3-acre estate at 9927 Griffin Court for $28 million in 2018. Last year, he dropped the price to $22 million.
In 2017, the former Lake Butler home of retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Warren Sapp sold for about $4 million.
That same year, an entity tied to the international bank Barclays paid $4 million for a home on Kirkstone Lane in the Reserve at Lake Butler Sound community in Windermere.