Fox exec John Entz sells Manhattan Beach home below ask

The estate has been on the market since June

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 13, 2017 05:30 PM
John Entz is the president of Fox Sports (credit: Fox, Realtor.com)

The president of Fox Sports division couldn’t make it to the end zone.

John Entz sold his Manhattan Beach pad on Laurel Avenue for $3.21 million — $200,000 less than its asking price, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The five-bedroom craftsman home spans 3,700 square feet and has an expansive porch and a four-car garage.

Coldwell Banker Residential’s John Corrales and Lauren Forbes represented the Fox exec. Jeremy Shelton of Strand Hill Christie’s International represented the buyer.

Entz purchased the property for $2.28 million in 2011, records show.

He has been an executive at Fox Sports since 2015. Before that, he worked as senior vice president for MLB Network. [LAT] – Natalie Hoberman


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