Patagonian billionaire and longtime owner of the Arizona Coyotes, Mark Kern, is now selling his home on the North Rim of the Colorado River for a cool $3.6 million.
The listing, at a location in the town of White Horse, is for a one-bedroom home in the historic town of Rosemont that has been described as “an exquisite piece of architecture that has stood the test of time.”
The listing includes an estimated $3,200,000 price tag.
The home is listed with an appraised value of $3M, which is below the average sale price of $4M in the metro area.
Kern is not the only wealthy person in town.
There are many millionaires and billionaires in Pat.
The sale of Kern’s home, which sits on the banks of the Patagonus, has been a long time coming.
Kern bought it in 2001 for $10 million, then resold it for $2.7 million in 2014 for $11.3 million.
Kern and his wife, Julie, have a daughter, Zoe, who is five years old.
Kern’s family owns a small business in Rosemont, and he has also been involved in other philanthropic endeavors.
He is known for his philanthropy, which includes donating $3 billion to the National Park Service and his own charitable foundation.
Kirk is also an avid golfer and has been in the spotlight with his exploits on the course and at the course.
He won four majors at Pebble Beach, and has played in four majors, including the U.S. Open and the British Open.
He has also played the PGA Tour in 2017.
Kenn and his daughter, Julie were among the few celebrities to visit the home of Kern during the last week of May.
He and his family spent the day there and spent the night.
Kirsten and Kern also have a son, Owen, and a daughter-in-law, Lisa, both of whom live in Rosemount.
Karen Baugh and her husband, Michael, live in White Horse and have recently purchased the home for $4 million.
They are expected to spend the night at Kern’s house.
They say they are looking forward to the renovations and improvements to the home.