Give Ricky Watters credit in handling the Florida housing crisis. He’s persistent at trying to sell his Orlando house. The former NFL RB legend has spent eight years – on & off – trying to unload his 5,600 sq. ft. pad in the same Isleworth neighborhood where many PGA pros, Tiger Woods, Grant Hill, etc. call home. Watters hasn’t played a down in the NFL since 2001, meaning he has the time to jerk around with having a house on the market.
According to Ricky’s listing agent:
Extraordinary Maroon built custom home in the exclusive guard gated community of Isleworth. This amazing property is the epitome of luxury Florida lifestyle and the blending of outdoor and indoor spaces. Stacked sliders disappear into the walls opening the family room, formal living area, and the huge screened lanai into one large entertaining space with indoor and outdoor fireplaces, outdoor TV’s, surround sound, and a great summer kitchen.
Let’s cut to the chase, you could film extraordinary BET after hours videos at this place. There is plenty of room for the ladies to spread out and spots around the pool for homeboys to chill with a deuce-deuce.
Doesn’t look like Ricky minds immediate possession. He emptied the pad a while back.
Highlights Of Runnin’ Ricky Watters Empty Orlando Pad:
• 5 bed, 4.5 baths; 1.65 acres
• 5,600 sq. ft.
• Fireplaces, like everywhere!
• Pretty big backyard to hold a pig roast
Mortgage: $6,700 before taxes & pool boy costs; extra for landscapers