Sports activities broadcaster Colin Cowherd buys ‘palatial residence’ in Westerly for $8.5 million

The Boston Globe

A property in Westerly sold for $8.5 million.
A property in Westerly offered for $8.5 million. Lila Delman Compass

Sports activities broadcaster Colin Cowherd bought a sprawling house in Watch Hill, the Westerly neighborhood identified for its grand actual property. The $8.5 million sale closed on August 10, in response to property information.

Referred to as “Highland Lodge,” the property sits “majestically” on 1.49 acres. The house was initially in-built 1900, and has been “thoughtfully maintained by means of historical past with its attraction and character,” in response to itemizing agent Lori Joyal, from Lila Delman Actual Property, a brokerage primarily based in Rhode Island.

Colin and Ann Cowherd are listed because the house owners of the eight-bedroom, six-bathroom, 5,168 square-foot house.

The residence, which was described as “palatial” and “move-in prepared,” boasts an in-ground pool and a plethora of patios and decks. The property offered for asking value, in response to Joyal.

“They fell in love with it,” Joyal stated of the Cowherds on Tuesday. “It’s a basic Watch Hill home and one which’s stored the integrity of the neighborhood. They immediately fell in love with it.”

The Cowherds, who reportedly purchased the property in money, be a part of the ranks of different outstanding Watch Hill residents, together with Taylor Swift and Conan O’Brien.

See extra images of the house:

Westerly’s Watch Hill neighborhood. – LILA DELMAN COMPASS
The Watch Hill house boasts greater than 5,000 square-feet. – LILA DELMAN COMPASS
The Westerly property boasts a contemporary kitchen. – LILA DELMAN COMPASS
Front room on the Watch Hill house bought by Colin Cowherd. – LILA DELMAN COMPASS
One of many dwelling rooms at 2 Ninigret Ave. – LILA DELMAN COMPASS
One of many eight bedrooms at 2 Ninigret Ave. – LILA DELMAN COMPASS
A view from 2 Ninigret Avenue.