It’s a home run for Fox sportscaster Joe Buck, who found a buyer for his St. Louis house only a week after listing it for sale.
The 51-year-old staple of play-by-play football and baseball has shared this home with his wife, fellow sportscaster Michelle Beisner-Buck, for almost seven years. Now, his $3.3 million pending sale will mean a $2.5 million profit for the familiar voice of the NFL and MLB.
The house, which he purchased with Beisner during their engagement, according to a 2016 St. Louis Magazine feature, has a double gable exterior with two triangular peaks on the house’s face. Tall, black-lined windows and an oculus window define the facade, while two dormer windows pop out of the gray and red shingled roof.
The most stunning room in the house is a steeply pitched, sun-roofed family room lined with french doors. A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and hardwood floors complement a wrought-iron chandelier and rustic wood furnishings.
The family room’s french doors open to a sloped, fenced lawn on 6 acres. The estate has a child’s playground, pool, built-in grill and a decked-out cabana with stone walls, a fireplace, television, wrought-iron chandelier, wooden beams and a steeply-pitched roof.
Stone countertops and a tan-tiled backsplash line the kitchen with a large island, hanging light fixtures and a breakfast nook. And the 340-square-foot owner’s suite is built for two, with dual walk-in closets and a huge bathroom with twin vanities.