Former Magic coach Vogel sells lavish Orlando home for $3.3M
By Tiffani Sherman
Aug 07, 2019 | 4:31 PM
NBA head coach Frank Vogel may have lost two-thirds of his games over two forgettable seasons with the Orlando Magic, but he turned a sweet profit this week on the sale of his luxurious Keene’s Pointe home.
The home on Grosvenor Shore Drive in Windermere sold for $3.3 million and is 6,947 square feet with five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, an updated kitchen, wine cellar, and a family-friendly floorplan.
“It has an incredible entertaining first floor,” said Julie Bettosini, co-founder of Stockworth Realty Group, who represented the sellers. “The way that this home is designed is you have your heart of the home with the kitchen and the family room leading into a game and theater room, which opens to this incredible outdoor living space. It just has every element you would want right there,” she said.
The outdoor space has a kitchen, a resort-style pool, slide, waterfall, sports court, putting green and boat dock on Lake Tibet. The Keene’s Point community is gated and has a golf course and other amenities.
This is the second time in three years Bettosini has sold this property. Vogel bought this home in 2016 for $3.075 million. After consecutive losing seasons and missing the playoffs, the Orlando Magic fired Vogel in April 2018. This past May, the Los Angeles Lakers named Vogel their new head coach.
During the time his family lived in the Grosvenor Shore, he and his wife, Jennifer, completely updated it to their liking.
“They transformed it into a more transitional palette which is really what appeals to today’s buyer,” Bettosini told GrowthSpotter. “They did all the right things for themselves, but ultimately when it came time to sell it, it is what today’s buyers are looking for.”
According to public records, the buyers are Saleh and Sherin Parvez, both psychiatrists with Silver Lining Psychiatry. The home was only on the market for 29 days.
The master suite is on the first floor with the other bedrooms and a loft upstairs, which makes the design unique, Bettosini explained.
“It’s not compartmentalized where everybody’s got to go upstairs if they want to play a game of pool or watch a movie. You could be having a sports game on in the home theater which is open to the kitchen and [be in the] family room serving cocktails, or cooking hamburgers on the grill in the outdoor living area, while someone’s playing basketball, the kids are swimming in the pool, and someone’s down on the dock fishing. It’s all right there. I wish I had five more of them,” she said.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This story has been corrected. An earlier version listed the wrong sales price.