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A tipster close to the situation, both figuratively and literally, claims that this isn’t Saban’s house.
The last post you did was false. That house has been on the market for a while and it’s not nick saban’s house. He may be selling his lake house, but that’s definantly not it. I live right next to them on lake burton [sic].
“The Pointe on Lake Burton” is a quaint little waterfront hideaway in Clayton, Georgia. At a mere 9,600 square feet and occupying its own modestly-sized peninsula, the estate boasts a lighthouse and 700 linear feet of waterfront property, not quite enough to show up its lakeside neighbors, but plenty to get the job done.
Note: Home exorcism not included in price of the house.
From the Atlanta Business Chronicle:
The 9,600-square-foot estate at 112 Whipporwill Lane in Clayton, Ga., has six-bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The home sits on a 1.7-acre parcel with more than 700 feet of lake frontage and 270-degree mountain, lake and sunset views. It features a massive grand room with 24-foot vaulted ceiling, wine cellar with antique gate from Barcelona, European-style pub/billiards room, home office, formal and professional kitchens, staff quarters and four-car garage.
Can’t you just picture tiny Nick Saban shredding through this once-peaceful lake on a slalom ski, probably with a topless Mrs. Saban driving the boat with one hand and holding a 36 oz. thermos of bourbon and Coke in the other? You know Nick is wearing some nut-hugging swim trucks and those floating sunglass straps with the bright orange or yellow ball, and he’s jamming out to some Skynyrd from his boat’s tower speakers and terrorizing small children on tubes and training skis.
That’s how I’m picturing it anyway. The Nicktator also owns another house on the lake.
More photos of “The Pointe on Lake Burton” are below:
If this was my crib, I think I might just keep an air mattress in this wine cellar. I believe I even see some space designated for my boxed red.