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Tami Longaberger, the chief exec of the famous basket-making Longaberger Co., has listed her 200 acre Muskingum County estate. The 57,000 square foot luxury mansion has been put up for sale by the Cleveland based realtors, Howard Hanna Real Estate.
Including the ballroom and the guest wing, the property encompasses 57,000 square feet in all, making it what’s thought to be the largest property of its type in all of Ohio.“We think it must be the largest mansion in the entire state,” revealed Howard Hanna Real Estate Services president, Howard Hanna IV.“We can’t be sure if there is one larger, but since our company was founded in 1957, it’s physically the largest property we have dealt with.”Longaberger is apparently selling the home simply because she feels she doesn’t need it anymore, now her kids have left home.
Additionally, she says she spend too much time on the road anyway.“I’ll be fifty this year, my kids have left and spending three weeks of each month away on business, it’s simply too much space for just one person,” she says.
Among them and the amount of their claims: the Cleveland Browns, a team he quarterbacked from 1985 to 1993, nearly $1.5 million; his ex-wife Babette, $3 million; and Jim Ferraro, the owner of the Cleveland Gladiators, an Arena Football League team, $725,000. Other major unsecured creditors include Tampa’s Florida Bank, owed about $9.7 million over some sour real estate investments and Key Bank of Cleveland is owed about $3.1 million.
The filing marks a hard fall for Kosar, the star Hurricanes quarterback in the 1980s who went on to excel in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns before ending his career with the Miami Dolphins in 1996.
Asked how long it might take to sell the home, Howard honestly said he couldn’t be sure.