PHOTOS: You can bid for one of Nick Saban's houses, listing for $11M
An estate owned by Nick Saban in Clayton, Ga., is up for auction and can be yours for only $11 million.
Alabama coach Nick Saban knows there is more to The Process than winning national championships. Nick Saban knows The Process also involves spotting estates in northern Georgia you can buy and develop and then auction that puppy off for a ridiculous amount of money, and Nick Saban is ready to take the next step in The Process.
Yes, an estate owned by Saban in Clayton, Ga., will be up for auction on June 6, which means you and your friends have just under a month left to pool your money together and come up with your bid. Previously listed for $10.95 million, the estate will sell to the highest bidder during a live auction.
So what are you getting for your money? Well, the estate is located on Lake Burton in northern Georgia -- northeast of Atlanta -- and is located on 1.7 acres of land. The home itself is 9,600 square feet, has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half, and honestly, what good are words when there are pictures?
You can see even more photos here.
Now, while those photos are nice, do you know what's not mentioned in those specs, or seen in those photos?
If you buy this house, not only are you buying a wonderful estate, but you're buying an estate that's located near Nick Saban's vacation home. That's right, you'll be neighbors with Nick Saban.
“My family and I own another home on the lake, which we have enjoyed for 12 years, so I was excited when this very special lot came available to develop with Jim [Suddes],” Saban told the Atlanta Business Chronicle. “Lake Burton is our favorite getaway. It’s a beautiful, hidden gem, where we find great peace and seclusion.”
I mean, honestly, why wouldn't you buy this house?
All photos courtesy of Concierge Auctions
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