Late Billionaires Ft Lauderdale Mansion To Be Auctioned -Once Owned the Dolphins, Marlins, and Panthers

The auction of a 20,653-square-foot estate, known for its bell tower and status as a prime attraction for waterborne tourists traversing the New River in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, will take place from March 26 to 28, 2019.

The auction is for the sprawling riverfront mansion that was home to the late billionaire H. Wayne Huizenga.

Huizenga was founder of the Fortune 500 companies Waste Management, AutoNation, and Blockbuster Video — and was also was co-owner of three South Florida sports teams, the Miami Dolphins, Florida Panthers and Florida Marlins. He died last year after a long bout with cancer at age 80.

Huizenga acquired the home in 2005 from Michael Egan, a friend and business associate who founded and chaired Alamo Rent A Car. Egan and his wife acquired the property in 1991 for $3.6 million.

Read more about the auction at The Sun-Sentinel or see all the official listing photos at Zillow.com

The estate really stands out while tranversing the New River in Ft Lauderdale/
The estate is known for its bell tower and status as a prime attraction for waterborne tourists traversing the New River
Property lines show the sprawling estate
Here are the property lines of the estate.

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