Football legend sells Boca Raton condo for $2M

Miami /
Jan.January 15, 2014 12:00 PM

Football legend Paul Hornung made a nice profit on the sale of his oceanfront condo in Boca Raton, The Real Deal has learned.

The Hall of Fame running back for the Green Bay Packers and his wife Angela sold a unit at the Addison on the Ocean community for about $2 million last month, according to Palm Beach County records. They paid $1.4 million for the 1400 South Ocean Boulevard condo in April 2013. The transaction closed on Dec. 20 but was not recorded by the county until Monday.

Karen Elgart of Rockaway Park, N.Y. is the buyer. She did not obtain financing for the purchase.

Addison was developed in 1985. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit sold by the Hornungs has more than 3,100 square feet of living space.

A Heisman Trophy winner at Notre Dame, Hornung won the inaugural Super Bowl with the Packers in 1967. — Eric Kalis


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