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Ex of CNBC’s “The Profit” buys equestrian farm in Wellington

Her ex Marcus Lemonis also heads Camping World as chairman and CEO
By Katherine Kallergis | November 08, 2018 01:30PM

4770 Stables Way with Ila Lemonis’ soon-to-be-ex-husband, Marcus Lemonis

Ila Lemonis, the ex-wife — or soon-to-be ex-wife — of CNBC’s “The Profit” and CEO of Camping World, is pitching her tent in Wellington.

B Rem LLC, a Crozet, Virginia-based company managed by Jessica Pasmore, sold the 10-acre equestrian farm at 4770 Stables Way to Ila Lemonis, as a trustee of a trust in her name.

4770 Stables Way

Ila Lemonis has been married to Marcus Lemonis, chairman and CEO of Camping World who’s reportedly worth about $900 million. His show on CNBC focuses on investing into struggling businesses and trying to make them profitable. Ila Lemonis filed a petition for a dissolution of marriage in February, according to Cook County, Illinois records. It is not clear if the divorce has been finalized.

 

4770 Stables Way

Her Wellington property includes a 12-stall center-aisle stable that was recently renovated, a new tack room, an owner’s lounge, a large grand prix field and a new ring, according to the listing. Martha Jolicoeur of Douglas Elliman represented the seller, and Kimberley Jenard of Engel & Volkers Wellington brought the buyer.

The property last sold in 2012 for $800,000.

4770 Stables Way

Records show Ila Lemonis owns other properties in Wellington and Marcus Lemonis has a home in Delray Beach. Ila Lemonis also owns an equestrian farm in Antioch, Illinois called Glory Days Farm.

Marcus Lemonis, who also owns multiple homes in the Chicago suburb of Lake Forest, grew up in Miami. Last year, he was part a failed bid to buy the Miami Marlins along with Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney, according to the Miami Herald.