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Friday, May 19, 2006
Terrell Owens' Moorestown Mansion Still a Free Agent
Terrell Owen's N.J. home. Click buttons for more views.
Ex-Eagles Terrell Owens may be a Dallas Cowboy now, but he still has one tie to the Philadelphia area: His Moorestown mansion, still on the market since midseason. Houses don't sell like memorabilia, according to listing agent Erica Lacey of Blue Chip Realty. "When you get into the millions, especially where the interest rates are now, it is a longer process," she says, noting that T.O.'s purchase price was the highest for any Burlington or Camden County home in a decade. He paid $3.9 million (about half a year's pay for him) and is asking $4.199 million, lowered recently from $4.399 million. To Lacey, the best feature is the "phenomenal" cabana area, with hot tub, second kitchen and year-round outdoor grill. Others might gush over the kitchen, or the "absolutely beautiful" screening room, with fireplace and access to the outdoors. A house like this rates its own website, www.40landingcourt.com, which people can visit to view all the details and many more pictures like these.