April 14, 2022

This $3.6 million Florida home comes with its own private golf course and an indoor basketball court

A home with an absurd amount of sports-related things to do is now on the market in Florida.

Located at 14823 N CR 125 N, in Glen St. Mary, which is just west of Jacksonville, the home is owned by developer Ken Hollingsworth, president of Access Electrical Contractors.

The property consists of a 4,500-square-foot main house with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a 900-square-foot guesthouse, two poll barns, a saltwater pool, an outdoor tiki hut kitchen and a 7,000-square-foot indoor basketball court (complete with maple flooring and an electronic scoreboard), a gym, and a high-definition indoor golf simulator.

However, if you want the real golf experience, there's also an on-property outdoor course, which includes two lighted holes, a par four and a par five, and an island hole surrounded by a 4-acre pond.

According to property records, Hollingsworth purchased the near 55-acre lot in 2012 for $70,000, and now a decade later, he's selling it all for $3,650,000.

The listing agent is Amanda Jacobs of Dual State Real Estate. 
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This Florida house is basically a mini resort, and includes its own golf course and an indoor basketball court
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This Florida house is basically a mini resort, and includes its own golf course and an indoor basketball court
Photo via Zillow
This Florida house is basically a mini resort, and includes its own golf course and an indoor basketball court
Photo via Zillow
This Florida house is basically a mini resort, and includes its own golf course and an indoor basketball court
Photo via Zillow
This Florida house is basically a mini resort, and includes its own golf course and an indoor basketball court
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